New Year’s Eve is around the corner and as a single that can make you feel anxious, nervous and pressured to find the right thing to do. That is why…Read more
I want to share with you a few important thoughts with you to help you heal and fix your broken heart. And it doesn’t involve ice cream and pizza.
It has been one of those weeks where I feel like I have nothing to give because I am just trying to get from one day to the next. Today I want to encourage you and help you make it through those weeks, days or even months and I have a few tips of what I do when that happens
I remember a few years back when summer was ending and I was still totally enjoying every second of it but before I knew it, fall was here and I was in the thick of it not knowing left from right and always thinking about the next thing. I was not enjoying myself and was not enjoying the beauty that fall has to offer. After that year, I said no more and chose to make a change and I am sharing my tips to make it through the busy season with you today.
It was about two years ago and I was sitting on my green chair in my living room thinking about life. This question came up on the inside of me asking, “Are you willing to give it all up, the life you have created, your independence?” And boy oh boy was that a hard one to answer because I love being single. I love my independence, not having to ask anyone about anything and I love having time by myself.
I do not know where you stand on the “single spectrum”. Maybe you just got out of a relationship and are newly single, maybe you are single and ready to mingle or maybe you are single and dating. The fact is you are not married and this single life is here to be enjoyed. Yet sometimes we get so caught up in life or in the idea of something or someone (hello… I am definitely guilty of that) that we forget that life happens right here and now and we only have this one life.
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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.
I do not know why but somehow in my head spring and brunch go hand in hand. However, sometimes organizing a brunch seems a little overwhelming since you need many different elements to make it truly awesome. But today I am going to show you how to throw a Spring Brunch that is easy, stress free and focuses on the most important thing: Community.
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?
… 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.