This post was strategically post-poned because I live in the Midwest. Why does that matter? Well if you also live in the Midwest then you probably received anywhere from 2 – a million inches of snow yesterday. Here in central Illinois, we received somewhere between 5-7 inches. Don’t get me wrong, I love snow. It’s just getting to that time in winter when I begin itching for spring temperatures and tulips. Here are the ways I’ve managed to fight off cabin fever for so long:
How is January over? I’m both confused and mind-blown by that piece of information. However, I’m pleased to say that, while every moment in January was not necessarily an easy one, January has been quite a fun month. Amidst all the fun, I did stop (more like pause) to learn a thing or two in typical Kristine fashion. I hope the first month of 2016 treated you all as well as it treated me and without further ado, here’s what I’ve learned:
Hey everyone! Today, I will be featuring a post from Roxana, a Sydney-based writer. She’s filled with great ideas and tips that are useful for anyone with a busy schedule. Enjoy 🙂
Sometimes you feel like you are in a small room where the walls are closing in, and there is nothing you can do about it. All the obligations you have are giving you stress and squeezing out your “me time”. Between work, home life, friends and family it seems impossible to dedicate some time to yourself, but if you are neglecting your needs and health, you have got your priorities all wrong. There is only so much juggling a person can handle; here is how to right that wrong.
Six months ago, I created my first 101 in 1001 list. If you’re unfamiliar with this type of list here’s a brief description: brainstorm 101 goals you have for yourself and work to accomplish them in 1001 days (click here to see my full list of goals). In this post I will share all of the goals I have completed, which ones are in progress and a few “big” goals I need to get cracking on.