How My Bullet Journal Helped Improve My Mental Health

Hey guys! Welcome back. Today I wanted to talk about something I haven't talked about in a little while here on the blog. And that is my bullet journal. So today I thought I would share a little about how my bullet journal has helped me improve my mental health. These are things that have…

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Weekly Recap #4

Hey guys! Welcome back. I am back today with another weekly recap. Not a lot has happened this week. It's been pretty quiet. I don't have a ton of things to share, but I will do my best. Hopefully next week I will have more to share. One thing I do want to mention is…

Weekly Recap #3

Hey guys! Welcome back. I hope you are having an excellent weekend. I am back for another Weekly Recap. I wanted to share a few things with you that are going on both professionally and personally. Some big things happened this week that I feel the need to share and update you on. If you…

Weekly Recap #2

Hey guys! Welcome back. I have been getting some really positive feedback on my last weekly recap, so I figured I would do another one. I will do my best to do this every week. I will fill you in on things going on here on the blog, in my personal life, and anything else…

Fall Evening Routine 2019

Hey guys! Welcome back. Yesterday I shared my morning routine for Fall, so it's only natural that I follow up with my Fall evening routine. These are all the things I like to in the evening that allow me to finish what I need to finish and prepare myself to get ready for bed and…

Fall Morning Routine 2019

Hey guys! Welcome back. Today I am sharing my updated morning routine. And since it is a new season this will be my Fall morning routine. I love sharing these with you guys and I know you all love reading them, so I wanted to share it with you. I try to follow this routine…

Better Understanding Disability Using The Spoon Theory

By: Dani Kessel Hi everyone. My name is Dani. I suffer from Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome, limited mobility, and at least 5 different diagnosable mental illnesses. This affects my daily life resulting in a different normal than those who are ablebodied and neurotypical. I am a spoonie. Spoon·ie     noun    /spo͞onē/ Plural noun: spoonies   Someone…