Have you felt nervous to start a journal because you don’t know quite how to do it? I know I have. I don’t want to get into it and then realize my entire focus or idea was “wrong”. You don’t have to feel forced to keep a certain type of journal – there are so many different ways to use one. Here are just some of the many methods of journaling you can use….
When it comes to choosing a new journal to write in, there may come a time when you want to think outside the box. I love journals that are more than a blank book with lined pages. This Start Where You Are Journal has writing prompts to really explore who you are and what you want to do….
When most people think about journaling, they think of just writing down ideas. I always think of blank books and writing down my day’s events, which seems so time-consuming. For some people, these just do not seem to work and they stop journaling. Does this sound familiar? You may want to consider creating a bullet journal….
When it comes to getting organized, one of the key elements must be decluttering. However, the very idea of getting rid of their possessions strikes fear into the hearts of many. As with any other process, it often helps to have some rules in place. Consider these 6 rules to declutter your life to help you take steps toward natural health and wellness and living a calmer life without clutter….
The original idea behind a bullet journal was a simple system to track of tasks, appointments, and random thoughts – an organizational tool. That’s how most people still use it. The simple nature is also a great reason why it can also become a creative outlet. …
Do you tend to hang on to things? Maybe your significant other does? I am definitely a cluttered person, but I do try to get rid of things when the time is right. Some people I know won’t get rid of anything, even 20-year-old college textbooks that are pretty obsolete by now. I think sometimes a list is helpful, because it’s easy to push these items to the back of the closet or dresser “until another time.” But you know what – that “other time” rarely happens. Those old college textbooks moved with us from our old house to the new house and they are now sitting in plastic bags in the outdoor shed….
Do you have a clutter problem? Are you a cluttered person or know someone who is? Do you constantly have piles of things and papers and don’t know how to contain it? I struggle with this and I always have. I never learned how to be neat. I just can’t ever seem to find time to go through things and they pile up, literally. I have been trying to get better, for my health and the sake of my family. It seems like everyone is happier when the house is clean! For help getting rid of the clutter, read last week’s post about 10 Decluttering Tips….
My family and I just moved a few months ago and with three kids and three cats, I think it is needless to say my house is cluttered. I have been trying to unpack but as a chronic clutter person, it’s really hard. I am all about having decluttering tips and taking baby steps because otherwise I get so overwhelmed. There is so much to do in an average day it’s hard to add on decluttering to the mix! Don’t despair, there is a way to get through the clutter and find your way to health and wellness….
It’s Valentine’s Day and today is all about love. But did you know if you can’t love yourself first, you are not totally open to receive real, healthy love from others? As you love yourself you will realize what you deserve and create your own sense and definition of love. Love and self-care are fundamental to the process of wellness and being healthy….
If you are in charge of putting together a Christmas stocking for a child or other close relative who is also interested in health, you may not want to fill it with solid chocolate Santa heads and bags of other sweet treats. Here are some better options….