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11 Self Care Tips for Busy Seasons

It’s beginning to look a lot like.. a wonderful, busy, joyful, stressful time of year! This time of year is my favorite – give me all the Michael Bublé and Frank Sinatra Christmas songs… I love when the weather starts to turn and a general magic fills the air. It’s also hectic! Plans and parties…

Giftless Gift Guide

Holidays and birthdays are such joyous times. If we’re lucky, we get to come together with those we love most and want to show them how much we love them, usually with the perfect gift. Sometimes that creates a lot of pressure! What if you’re shopping for an aspiring minimalist? Or oppositely, the person who…

Making Gratitude a Daily Practice

You know what they say – three weeks to make a habit! And what better habit than to cultivate gratitude each day. Developing a gratitude practice has helped me cope with my mental health, chronic illnesses, and other major struggles I’ve had throughout my life. Why it matters Consciously reflecting on what I am grateful…

5 Gifts Chronic Illness Has Given Me

It can be hard to find gratitude when you get thrown curve balls that knock you off your feet. It can be hard to find light when you’re facing your darkest hours. But then there comes a glimmer of hope, an unexpected delight, and a renewed appreciation for all life has to offer. Navigating chronic…

What’s a Soul Soother? + 53 of My Faves

I’ve spent a lot of time digging into the subject of self love and care. Tons of books, articles, and other sources of inspiration that have helped me cultivate tools to support loving and caring for myself. The only thing lacking was one term that I could point to and say, yes this is what…

My Chronic Illness Journey

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I’ve had some struggles the last few months – seven to be exact. I have been in a bit of a daze since getting diagnosed with two chronic, invisible illnesses. But my journey with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) actually started a long time…

10 Ways to Get Out of Your Head

We all get in our heads in one way or another – you know, that little voice that whispers in our ear that can say a lot of mean things like… You’re not good enough. No one likes you. You’ll never get anywhere. Please don’t believe that voice. It can start from the comparison game,…

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