Today’s post is going to be a little different because today I just want to share my heart with you. I have been struggling with creativity lately.
Sometimes I have conversations with people who are younger than I am who start talking about how “they are getting so old” or how they “feel so old” or “Man, I am turning 27, I am so old”. Every time I am part of such a conversation, I am not only startled and a little bit shocked but every time it happens, I say something and start a conversation. Let’s start a conversation now.
Do you have a special spotify playlist for work or school or when you just need to concentrate? When I was still in school I would listen to the Gladiator soundtrack whenever I was studying. I know it is pretty intense but it was seriously the only music I could listen to in order to focus. But I made a new playlist and I am sharing it with you today.
Well hello there lovely people. Today is going to be an amazing day and today’s blog is going to be a bit different. I want to continue last week’s conversation and talk about words of encouragement today.
Our words have power and our words show what is really inside of us. That is why I want to give you a challenge today. Read on to find out.
Last week I wrote about a different kind of selfcare. The kind where you become the best possible version of yourself in order make the highest impact in this world. I believe we are called to make a difference in this world and care about other people. But sometimes we do not know where to start and what does caring about others even look like?
I remember when I first moved out how finding a rhythm in cooking and feeding myself was something that I had to learn in a completely new way. The fridge was not magically always full. I remember how I discovered food prepping and tried it out for a while. But how do you food prep for one?
I know I know technically it is not Spring yet and the chances of it getting cold again might be pretty high. But the other day I walked past a garden and the scent from the early spring flowers were invigorating. So I started making a list of 7 things to do this spring.