Every month and ever beginning of the week, I evaluate how I spent my time where, and how to accomplish more during the day. One of my favorite ways to help boost my productivity, and spending less time worrying and having a panic attack, is by having a set morning routine.
The vision board allows you to see daily what you want to accomplish over the next several months, or even the year.
"Your problem, sweetheart, is that you fall in love with men who need you too much. You ought to find a man who doesn't need you, but just wants you."
With the ability to take control of my environment, my purse tends to be the area I forget I have control of what I carry with me.
Hello, from wherever you are reading this blog update from! Write now, I am actually typing this on WordPress. Today's blog is about all the perks and dilemmas with writing by hand. Around the middle of the article, I write about all the journals I currently have, and what's in each of them. If you… Continue reading Lost Art of Writing by Hand
Hello, from wherever you are reading this! With the first official week of the new year already complete, I have one final "reflection of 2017" blog here that I want to share quickly. If you haven't yet, go check out my 2017 & 2018 resolutions blog! Oh, and the feature photo is of Felix, who passed… Continue reading My song for 2017 (and possibly 2018)
Hello! Yesterday, I wrote part one of this book review series. Part one focused on the negative side of reading: not finishing a book. This part, however, is more positive, and I am excited to share with you the list of books I did complete in 2017! What about the books I did complete? One… Continue reading Part Two: Books I did finish in 2017.
Hello, and welcome to the new year! If you are like me, then you might have a reading list every year, or at least a number goal of how many books to read in a year My goal for 2017 was to read seventeen books, and while I did not complete that goal, I am… Continue reading Part One: Books I didn’t finish in 2017.
" Imagine breaking open the window curtains and the fog disappearing. That's what happens for me, figuratively, when the depression subsides."