Gratitude Journaling Prompts

How often are you grateful? Really grateful? Down to your toes, “Gosh, I’m so darn lucky,” grateful? Hopefully you have those moments at least once a day. Gratitude is the practice of being thankful and appreciating the little (and big!) things in your life. If you’re a member of my Facebook group, the Soulsisterhood, then you’ve probably seen my weekly #ThankfulThursday posts where I ask you to share something you’re grateful for! It’s not always an easy thing to do, being grateful, especially when life gets difficult. It’s hard to muster up appreciation for anything when you’re feeply depressed or you’re dealing with very real world issues. Gratitude isn’t a band-aid we can just slap onto our lives to instantly heal everything, but it is an important tool to help you see the overall picture of your life. I recently released Epic Gratitude on my Patreon Page. It’s a mini-ebook…

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Using Spring Cleaning to Clear Your Mind

Human beings are fragile, and now more than ever, it seems we all might need a break to clear our minds. With much of the world self-isolating due to rising concerns about the coronavirus, it’s easy to find yourself focusing on the news and social media while clutter and unfinished projects pile up around you. Isolation is known to drain our energy and even affect our mental health. Sometimes a change of environment can do wonders because it helps us to focus on our well-being. With spring right around the corner, let’s take a look at some self-care tasks that go hand-in-hand with spring cleaning that can help us create a space that brings us peace and enjoyment. Focus on the Arrangement of Items Seasonal depressive disorder, anxiety and even empty nest syndrome can take their toll on your well-being. Your surroundings, such as clutter, can only add to those…

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How Trello Helps Me Manage Anxiety

When I first started learning how to manage my anxiety, I discovered pretty quickly that a routine, stability, and a lack of surprises is my optimum functioning environment. I’m pretty sure that my childhood had a lot to do with that. My little brother is on the autism spectrum and a large amount of my childhood revolved around that. Consistency and routine were key, right down to the fact that his peanut butter sandwiches had to be made just right. Everything had to run on a schedule or he’d have a meltdown. My mom was a single mom and a lot of the time she was working two jobs. I had a lot of responsibility to maintain that, from getting him ready for school to the consistency of his bedtime routine. I remember being generally anxious from the age of 10 or 11 on. I’m not sure if or how…

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56 Random Acts of Kindness Ideas

In case you didn’t know, I created Random Acts of Kindness Cards (the printable ones are part of the Self-Love Bundle which has soooo much good stuff!) You can hand out these cute little cards to tell people thank you, to brighten their day, or just as an act of kindness! It’s so important to be kind, especially in a world of social media where we can so easily see all of the things that are going on around the world. The world needs a little more light and a little more glow. Several years ago, after I started practicing self-care, I realized that it gave me the ability to not only be kind to myself but to be kind to others as well. Up to that point, I was always running on fumes. It was hard enough to take care of myself on a daily basis, let alone find…

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