I used to think that the way I thought about my body reflected the way I treated it, but what if that’s not the whole truth? What if it’s actually the other way around?
Breaking bad habits isn’t easy, it’s actually much harder than building new habits. Our brains don’t like change very much, but there are some ways in which we can trick it. Here are a few steps you can take…
It’s been two years! Going back to my old posts feels like visiting a former version of myself. I’ve learned so much since then, also about how to keep a blogging habit going!
Do you find yourself buying stuff that just looks fantastic in the moment but loses its shine ones you bring it home? I get that impulse, but I’ve also found ways in my life to deal with it.
If you’re trying to change your life, you can set a goal to help you get motivated, but if you don’t change your current behaviour, you’ll get the same results over and over again. This simple question might help shift your perspective just a bit…
Many of us have princples that guide our lives, ideals that we’ve translated into practical habits to reflect who we want to be. But sometimes, those principles are too hard to uphold, or conflict with one another, or somehow don’t really seem to mirror that initial ideal. Is it alright not to live according to your own principles for a while?
This week, I’m slowly starting to build my ‘self-care structure’. A stable foundation on which I can feel supported. As with anything, it’s baby steps at first. But it feels great to be heading in this direction.
I always loved coffee, and then I loved to hate it, and then I hated loving it, and then it got rather complicated. For those who want to know the details, here’s the full story.
How do you get you new year’s resolutions to stick? Why do we so often let them go after a month, or maybe two? Here are some insights that might help you along toward lasting change.