In case no one has given it to you yet: you have permission to prioritize rest. Period.
It’s amazing how much, and how quickly, life can totally change. Most of the people that I now call family, I didn’t even know 2 years ago. I may have seen them on the street or passed by them on the way to to class a few months earlier, but we’d never talked. Now, they’re … Continue reading Finding New Family
When we lack satisfaction, it's easy to want to overfill our schedules. We are taught that satisfaction is out there, in the real world, as soon as we satiate this desire for more, newer, better, busier the empty feeling will fade away. Eventually, we fill our plate to overflowing until it is literally impossible to … Continue reading When You Can’t Do More, Do Less
There are a million and one reasons you may be working at home, but no matter why or how you're doing it, there are some hacks you should know to make the most out of your workday. Here are my top 5 productivity hacks for working form home.
Sure, slow living sounds nice, but when you're a speedy person it seems totally unrealistic. Here are some ways to integrate slow living principles into your speedy life:
Letting your stuff make you happy doesn't make you a bad minimalist. We need to move away from the extremities of all or nothing, all-consumed with materialism or completely ridding ourselves of all but the essentials. My stuff makes me happy... and that's okay.
It's hard to maintain a good quality of life while living with chronic conditions. Here are a few ways that I've made it easier to live a life worth loving with chronic pain: