Most of us have heard that if we want to have more money, we need to spend less. While it’s important to skimp and save for our future life dreams, or a rainy day, it’s also possible to spend less, have more, and still fully enjoy! Let us explain …
You’ve probably heard the common budgeting advice — “if you made your coffee at home instead of buying a fancy latte every day, you’d save thousands in just one year!”
Recently we shared with you a few ways to get the most out of your mornings. (And we’re happy to hear how many of you loved our tips!)
But what about your evenings? Do you spend the precious hours before falling asleep doing things that relax and restore you and will help you catch those zzz’s? Or are you scrolling through Instagram, binging intense TV, and answering work emails?
You know how good it feels when someone tells you your skin is glowing, how much they love your laugh, or that your hair looks fantastic?
Compliments are priceless and in these times, when things aren’t quite yet back to feeling all sunshine and rainbows, the boost they bring is appreciated more than ever!
A few months back, things in our lives were looking pretty bleak. And while life isn’t returning to normal just yet, optimism is in the air.
Still, if you need help crossing the finish line — staying hopeful — or are simply craving some inspiration right now, here are some things that are keeping us feeling good.
Ready, set, get inspired!
We have a hunch that you have some big dreams (and little ones, too). But do you spend your free time working to make those dreams and goals actually happen?
Yeah, sometimes we don’t, either.
Often what we value and hope for most in life isn’t even at the top of our priority list. In fact, it may not even make the cut!
When’s the last time you truly relaxed? Or is the word “relax” not even in your vocabulary?
Despite fewer in-person gatherings and obligations these days, you may still have a lot on your plate and rarely take time to kick up your feet and do a whole lotta nada. You may even feel like it’s been so long since you relaxed, you’ve forgotten how.
Do you ever find yourself being overly critical or beating yourself up? We all have a voice inside telling us we’re good, bad, or in the right or wrong, and with fewer distractions these days, many of us are noticing this “Inner Critic” coming in even louder than usual.
The truth is, having an inner critic is normal — so don’t feel bad or be hard on yourself about it!
Do you wake up refreshed and ready to take on the day? Or does your morning routine feel more like something you schlep through until you take that first sip of heavenly coffee?
We’ve all heard mornings set the stage for the rest of the day, and today, we’re sharing the best way we know how to set yourself up for a wonderful day. (And you don’t have to get out of bed even a minute earlier!)
We have a hunch: You’ve been spending a lot of time with your partner the past months (emphasis on a lot).
At first, having all that time together might have been fun. All of a sudden you can take a lunch with your partner or go on a midday walk. But chances are, the rush of spending more hours around your best friend wore off long ago!
Have you felt a little more agitated than usual?