If life were always good, we would never appreciate the good things. We probably wouldn’t work as hard to accomplish things. It’s time to make some changes.
Do you ever look back on time and wonder where the week went? Month? Year? Or maybe even years?
New Year – new me! That’s how you start every January 1st, at midnight, raising your glass of champagne and toasting to all the amazing things you’re going to accomplish.
My number one inspiration (correction: obsession) has always been the beautiful and timeless, Jennifer Aniston. Although she is amazingly gorgeous with a body to die for, my love for her has always been way more than skin deep.
So we are almost in the middle of winter and I know it can seem like this season lasts forever. With cold, long nights and a short amount of daylight, it is not everyone’s most desired time of the year.
Creativity is an essential part of life. For all of us. Whether you see yourself as a creative person or not.
Kindness is the simple act of generosity, of friendliness, of compassion. It’s the selfless act of giving, accepting and understanding.
The majority of people can think of something and not say it. Sadly, this doesn’t include me. Sometimes words fly out my mouth before I’ve had time to think about what I’m saying or the impact it’s about to have on the person/people I’m talking to.
January is to resolutions like February is to failure. Like most people, every January, I make a New Year’s resolution. Usually for me, it is weight loss related. I lose the same December slash Christmas pounds every new year. And then I quit. Sometimes by February. Sometimes by the spring.
It is quite possible that many of us are approaching the month of January incorrectly. But, that’s the thing about January isn’t it?
Take a minute, look at their lives, what they did to be successful, become who they are today. They all have one thing in common: they left their hometowns
Millions of people around the world wake up every morning, and hop straight to the coffee machine, or the café around the corner.
Do you ever sit there at the window and wonder what your values are and what is important to you? I know I do and I have never really known or been completely conscious of what they were until one day it hit me and I wanted to know what were the things that are really important to me?
Already I am questioning the choice of words. Introvert. Is it really a title I can give myself? I’m rarely the least vocal in a group yet never the most out-spoken, never the token blabber mouth.
Dry January: Week 1! I decided to do Dry January after a solid three months of weekend getaways, day-drinking for special occasions and more missed yoga classes due to hangovers than I’d like to admit to.
My name’s Charlotte and I’m a recovering people pleaser. For the best part of 30 years I did everything and anything I could to make sure everyone around me was happy – except myself.