In this piece, contributor Brittany Chaffee writes so eloquently about ways we can scrub out our emotional insides until they feel like new (or at least like gently used) again. We hope you’ll take her words to heart. Have a good weekend folks.
“While we can’t control much of anything in this world, we can control what our spaces do for our psyche and our time spent with one another.”
I’m sharing a post I penned last year on the importance of creating a physical space that makes us feel our best mentally. (Hint: What you need to create that space for yourself may not be anything material at all.)
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.
“These days, I view stress as something my body needs me to notice, to embrace, and then to move on from.”
If you’re feeling stressed (raises hand), contributor Jill Elliott has one way you can help relieve your anxiety amid the busyness of this time of year. All it requires is a pen or pencil, a notebook, and a little bit of time to yourself.
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.
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