For the past year or so, I’ve been experimenting with daily supplements. Unlike my daily vitamin, I regularly change what supplements I take depending on what health issues are currently a concern to me. Last year, when I first started to test out the supplement waters, I talked with my doctors about supplements they recommend I take. Yes, you should definitely talk with your doctor about what supplements you should take. Doing so will help you know what works well with you based off of your medial concerns and any medications.
Taking daily supplements plays a major part of my day and keep reading to see what I currently take and why.
I love journaling and it’s one of the best things I’ve added to my life. Not to mention, it’s one of my go-to remedies for self-care. Personally, I use journaling to mind dump things that could be blocking aspirations and happiness. We all have things that seep into our minds and distract us. When I started journaling a couple of years ago, I used to do it almost everyday and I enjoyed it. Unfortunately, the hustle and bustle of everyday life made it hard to journal everyday. Well, I recently found an easy way to help me journal everyday; guided journals.
Actually, one of the reasons it was hard to journal everyday is because there were times when I didn’t know what to write. Who gets writers block when trying to journal? This girl, but this is no longer an issue thanks to guided journaling. Keep reading if you’re interested in finding out more about guided journals and their benefits.
One of the things that makes me feel super productive is when I bring my own lunch to work. Weird, I know, but it’s a huge benefit. Mainly, because it’s cheaper and healthier than going through one of the many drive-thru spots around my office building. However, there are plenty of times when I don’t bring my lunch, because of time constraints or empty fridge. Since I don’t like having to leave the office to go get something to eat, I found some office-friendly food that’s healthy and affordable.
Keep reading to see which items I stash at work.
It’s almost the weekend and I’m pretty stoked about that. However, once the weekend starts to wind down, some people develop a case of the Shmonday night blues. In case you haven’t seen this word before, Shmonday is the moment on Sunday when you start realizing and that the next day is Monday. All of sudden, you started feeling depressed that your weekend is over and start stressing about the upcoming workday.
Actually, I’m one of those people that rarely get a case of “The Mondays” and I attribute that to my Shmonday nights. However, I used to get them all the time. I started to hate Sunday night more than Monday morning, because of the anxiety it caused me. After a while, I came up with ways to make my Sunday nights more enjoyable while not stressing about Mondays. Keep reading to see my tips on how to survive Shmonday night.
It’s almost inevitable that at some point in your life, you will find yourself stuck. Hell, I can recall feeling stuck 3 times this year alone. It’s been a rough year, to say the least. When I find myself feeling stuck, I have a few go-to activities to help me get out of my rut and even flourish.
If you find your self in season of uncertainty or feeling stagnant, check out my suggestions on how to fight it and potentially grow out from it.