We hardly need a reason to be kinder to ourselves—it’s something most of us could stand to do every day. But in case you’re in search of some encouragement on this Saturday in January, contributor Liz Welle has it. Originally written in 2017, this post hits as close to home as ever, three years later. Have a great weekend, folks.
For many of us, one of the main things that stands in the way between the start and finish of any given task is our ability to focus.
Today we’re sharing a post contributor Amy Phariss penned in 2018. With her help, we’re gonna take our to-dos from halfway-started-and-then-set-aside-for-some-undetermined-amount-of-time to DONE.
We’ve got this.
We are a mere four days away from a new year, and a new decade, and we have a feeling many of you (like us) are making plans for the year ahead. If you’re looking to forgo the traditional resolutions route, we’d love to offer an alternative in the form of these monthly goals contributor Kathryn shared at the start of 2018.
We hope you’re having a lovely weekend, wherever you may be.
As we move into what is, for many, the busiest time of the year, we thought it was an apt moment to reshare this post contributor Kathryn M. penned in 2017. In it she breaks down little ways we can take care of ourselves this holiday season, from tiny 1-minute fixes to 30-minute activities.
Hello from a November Twin Cities, friends. The sun is setting before 5 p.m. and there’s a definitive, constant chill in the air. By any textbook definition, it’s not winter yet, but by the definition of tangible sensations? Uh, yeah. Yes. The season is upon us.
A lot of folks experience Seasonal Affective Disorder this time of year, so we thought it was about time to unearth an essay penned in March 2018 by Liz Welle—one that lists a whole host of things that can help us when we’re experiencing SAD. Find ’em all below.
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