The act of mindfulness has been a buzz word for the past couple of years. Personally, I’ve been trying to be more mindful of various aspects of my life. In my opinion, mindfulness is an action that should be continuous and part of the everyday life. Although I go back and forth with trying to be more mindful in different areas, there are daily and weekly mindful habits that I’m wanting to add to my life.
Being mindful about creating and adhering to new habits is on my to-do list this year. Keep reading to see what mindful habits I’m looking to create in my life.
I’m definitely a creature of habit and I live for a consistent routine. However, one routine I’ve been having a hard time nailing down is a nighttime routine. When I say “nighttime routine”, I’m not talking about my skincare routine, which I’m always changing. The nighttime routine I’m referring to is a list of things I do before bed. Although I’m really good at having and maintaining my morning rituals of scrolling Instagram while sipping coffee, my nights are random.
Over the past couple of months, my sleep quality hasn’t been as good as it has been in the past. I truly believe this is because I’ve been inconsistent with straying away from my set bedtime and also not using my time wisely before bed. There are some things I can do before going to bed that will not only help me sleep a little better, but also give me more time the next day. So, keep reading to see the things that I wish I did before going to bed.
Trying to be a legit and responsible adult can be so stressful, even for single(ish), childless me. These last few months have been testing me and my resilience, but I’ve been able to bounce back. Yet, there have been more than a few times I’ve thought about starting over in a new place. I usually start thinking about relocating during moments of being overwhelmed. However, I’ve yet to pull the trigger.
Although I’ve yet to give my current life the middle finger and dip, if I ever do, there are 3 places in particular that I always think about moving to and starting over. A couple of the cities, I’ve visited before, but there’s that I’ve yet to visit. Keep reading to see which cities I’ve thought to relocate.
This year, my sister and I decided to pull our “adult” card and decline to partake in the act of going to family’s houses for Thanksgiving. The amount of stress that was alleviate off my chest was instant. Okay, it’s not like we decided to boss up or anything. We mainly decline, because she has to go to work that evening and needs to get some sleep during the day. Whereas, for me, I just don’t want to be bothered. However, we did decide to throw a somewhat impromptu friendsgiving this year. So, I’ve been preparing for friendsgiving all weekend.
I’m so new to throwing any type of event, let alone a friendsgiving. However, it’s been pretty interesting, to say the least. How does one prepare for a friendsgiving. Well, keep reading to see how this one is preparing for it.
I love fall! It’s my favorite jam. So, this past weekend, I spent the majority of my time throwing up fall vibes all up in my home. Actually, fall is one of my favorite times to break out my home decor ideas. Mainly, because fall decor is quick and easy to transition your home from basic home to a fall retreat. Since, I’m not one to spend hours trying to perfect home decor, I opt for small little adjustments and tweaks to add fall feels to my space.
Looking for some quick ways to add so whimsical fall visuals to your home without spending too much time or money? Well, keep reading, because I got you!