Around this time of year, there’s always a bit of a debate about resolutions and whether they are actually good to make.
While I love the concept of starting the new year fresh, I think it’s easy to get caught up in the new year and not really create a plan for the long term. Resolutions–to me–sound temporary. Even though they are something that theoretically, you’re supposed to implement for a whole year if not longer.
Also, resolutions tend to feel like things that we should do, rather than things that we actually want to do! Continue Reading
I thought today’s post would not only be a great way to get to know me a little better, but it also might help you if you’re thinking of starting a blog. Regardless, I hope it can inspire anyone who is thinking of starting something new!
To most people that know me, starting a blog probably isn’t that much of a surprise. I have always been a writer, and even when I couldn’t write, I was always making up stories. Continue Reading
Often I see other bloggers talk about how to get sponsored opportunities and collaborations, but today, I wanted to talk about the other end of the spectrum. What about saying no to blogging opportunities?
Before we continue, let me preface this post by saying that I love blogging, and I’m grateful any time that a brand reaches out to me. I’ve really enjoyed getting to know and work with brands.
I’ll be honest, the fear of loneliness was something I was really worried about prior to moving out on my own. I really enjoy being by myself. In fact, sometimes I feel like I need to recharge alone after I’ve been super busy or around a lot of people, but I’d be lying if I said that I don’t ever feel lonely. I feel lonely a lot, and I don’t think it’s a feeling that will ever go away.
Loneliness is a natural byproduct of living alone. But there are ways to combat it. Here are my tips for reducing the feeling of loneliness when you live by yourself. Continue Reading