More and more people are choosing to work from home and this comes with advantages and disadvantages. I for one love working partly at home, but it can be difficult with kids running around and distractions that pop up on a daily basis.
Most people assume improving your health and happiness is going to take a ton of work and a lot of time. Yes, it will take work (well worth the effort), but more importantly it takes a commitment to improve your life.
Summer is officially here which means a bit of chaos in my house and life.
You’re probably wondering why on earth don’t I have a cell phone. Well, this was 100% unequivocally not by choice! My cell phone went on the fritz a few days ago and is now completely out of commission.
The countdown has begun! My kids have three more weeks of school until the three month break. I always freak out this time of year. I feel like I have to get everything done or else I won’t have any time when they are home.
Who wouldn’t love some time saving tips?? Personally, I am always looking for ways to save time and become a bit more efficient. We are all so much busier nowadays, with more and more on our plates, that some things simply fall through the cracks. But you can make some small changes in your life that will go a long way.
The next time you need a natural mood booster, look to the environment. There have been countless studies showing that nature boosts your mood and self-esteem. In fact, people saw the greatest self-esteem and mood changes after only five minutes of light-intensity outdoor activity.
Even though it’s only October, I know how busy this time of year is and how quickly the holidays roll around!
How many of you like change? You enjoy the process of transformation and change? How many of you avoid change at all cost? The thought of change in your life frightens you? I am not necessarily someone who seeks out change, however when change is brought into my life, I have a peace knowing there is a reason for it.
Every Sunday morning my family does our weekly deep cleaning. It is a time to clean up and organize for the week. We were sitting at breakfast when I reminded my kids that after breakfast it was time to organize their rooms, play some music, and have fun while they cleaned up a bit. My son remarked that Sundays were “lazy days”, not clean up days.