National Secondhand Wardrobe Week

It never ceases to amaze me that there is a day, or week, to celebrate just about anything, but National Secondhand Wardrobe Week is one that I can get behind. This week, in order to celebrate, I’m going to share a few tips to revitalize, organize, and recycle some of the things in your closet.Continue reading “National Secondhand Wardrobe Week”

Resolutions, Intentions, New Habits, Goals…

How are your resolutions going? The talk about how to make the most of the new year is starting to settle down. We are almost to the second month of 2021. By the middle of February, about 80% (or so I have read!) of us are going to have given up on all those greatContinue reading “Resolutions, Intentions, New Habits, Goals…”

Swear to Stick to Your Goals or Swear Because You Didn’t – Your Choice!

Swear is one of those words that can come across as a positive, or a negative, depending on how you use it. You can swear to do something. In which case you really mean that you are going to get it done. You can also swear because you didn’t get something done. And it’s moreContinue reading “Swear to Stick to Your Goals or Swear Because You Didn’t – Your Choice!”

Vision Boarding My Way to a Great Year

In the last few months, I have heard more about vision boards than ever before. While I had heard of a vision board, it wasn’t something I had ever done, but all the talk got me thinking. Is this something I should do? Is this something I should have been doing all along? And, doesContinue reading “Vision Boarding My Way to a Great Year”

September Self-Care Wrap Up

Throughout the month of September, I have been sharing self-care tips on social media in honor of Self-care Awareness Month. These were some of the ways that you can take some time out of each day in order to take care of yourself. The self-care items that I shared came from the very first challengeContinue reading “September Self-Care Wrap Up”

How to Check Your Spending When Finances Feel Scary

An Exercise To Help Cut Your Monthly Expenses We are experiencing something right now that is unprecedented, and let’s face it, it can be a little scary. Absent the fear of the virus itself, there is the financial insecurity that comes with the uncertainty of the economy or even a job loss. If you areContinue reading “How to Check Your Spending When Finances Feel Scary”