Summer is officially here and maybe you want to plan a trip but you are kind of on your own and do not know where to start. I completely get…Read more
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.
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 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.
Do you ever feel like there is just not enough time to do all the things you want to do or told yourself to do? I find that Fall is such a beautiful season and so I wanted to put together a list that you can add to so we don’t forget to stop and take in our surroundings. Let’s get started, shall we?
… well it`s not what you´re thinking right now. I had a date with myself and it was a real challenge so I am going to challenge you today in Part 2 of Spending time alone. It is one thing to like being by yourself at home with a good movie or a bath or whatever it is you like doing when you´re spending time alone. But going out by yourself is a whole other thing.
Let me tell you a little bit about this picture. It was in the middle of my 2 week road trip last summer which I took by myself. I stayed in this cabin off the Blue Ridge Parkway. It was very quiet. Just me, the forest, North Carolina rain and this cabin. I’ll be honest with you. The first 30 minutes were hard. Would spending time alone in this cabin be filled with fear? Nobody knew where I was. I had no Internet and no cellphone connection and had been driving all day.