I used to be a maximalist through and through, I thought there was some kind of prestige in having a shit-ton of things. I have realized through minimalism that the number of things you own doesn't make you better or worse than anyone else. I am becoming a minimalist because its what is truly comfortable for me.
My original goal was to go 90 days without biting or chewing before I considered my habit broken. I restarted my 90 days on November 29, so I'm 41 days in. I already decided though, that if I can go 90 days without biting or chewing my nails, I'm still going to extend my goal 90 more days. I really want to break this habit and be done with it.
I hope everyone is as excited for the new year as I am! As I promised in My Favorite Things About Fall post, I am blogging about my favorite things about winter. I love winter, it's my favorite time of the year and there are so many reasons why. I included my top five in [...]
I've been doing a lot recently and I decided to share an update on whats happening in my life. I have updates on my life, my habits, what I'm doing, and what I'm struggling with right now. Whats been going on recently I didn't post a blog last week because I was in Portland with [...]
Finding yourself and knowing how you want to present yourself is one step to simplifying your life. When you know your style and have items you love, you spend a lot less time figuring out what to wear, shopping, and purging your closet over and over again.
How well do you know yourself? Are you living the life you want to live? Is your life really complicated and difficult right now? Am I living the Life I want to Live? I used to think I was the worst kind of blank slate, that I lacked genuine personality, and was a completely different [...]