This post may include affiliate links, which means I might receive a small commission if you make a purchase through one of these links. Self care has become a common buzzword in the wellness world. We often see Instagram posts showcasing bubbles baths with fancy bath bombs, expensive face masks, high-end candles, spa trips with […]
A little over two years ago, I started making a lot of changes in my life. Actually, I made changes to myself. The life changes followed naturally. Making changes can be difficult though, and I often went looking for inspiration to keep going. I researched ways to stay motivated. Anxiety, depression, impostor syndrome, being an introvert, […]
Happy April! I was asked three interesting facts about myself, it took me hours to come up with them, which prompted me to write this list. I like to challenge myself, I knew I could think of more than three if I tried, so here are ten! I live for my morning cup(s) of coffee. I […]
I’ve found that once you start talking about mental illness, it becomes easier and easier. Taking the first step can be the most difficult, I started by talking to other people who also struggle with things like depression or anxiety. It’s so much easier to talk to someone who has been in your position or […]
Essential oils have become extremely popular in the last few years, and it seems that the people that love them really love them. I have been reluctant to try them, I guess it just seems too good to be true that something can have as many benefits as essential oils are claimed to have. I connected with […]
If you read my last post, you may be wondering what a bullet journal is and why it’s my latest obsession. I hadn’t really planned on writing anything in detail about it because it didn’t seem to pertain to the blog’s mission but after consistently using it for a month, I’ve realized it’s a huge asset […]
As I spent the last five hours decorating, doodling and writing in my first bullet journal, I once again wondered about how often I become obsessed with something, only to lose interest when something new comes along.