We’ve talked about how to start a bullet journal and why to bullet journal, but now I’ll be going in depth about how to organize a bullet journal and keep it organized for efficiency and personality. [Read more…] about How To Organize A Bullet Journal and Keep it Organized
January has this vibe of “are you going to do it? You gonna go through with your goals?”. Make life easier on yourself — Health was on the list? Add ginger into your life and check off that box. Ginger tea, ginger juice, dried ginger – all great ways to get more ginger in your diet. Why do we care? What are the benefits of ginger? Read on to learn more about the benefits of ginger root.
How to overcome a creative block: A guide to overcoming creators anxiety, fear, and lack of imagination
Sometimes my creativity feels like a shy kitten that needs coaxing to come on out from under the bed. I have spent days, weeks and years in a creative block – these ruts are all-consuming and have me feeling farthest from my Self than I ever feel.
Whether I blamed depression or just a good ol’ creative block, the common threads were that I felt like I personally was utter shit, that I could never create again, and that all my good years were behind me. Spoiler alert: it’s not true for me and it’s not true for you.
Skillshare is a community for online learning with thousands of classes. Have you wondered if Skillshare worth it? Today we’re doing a Skillshare review. We’re impartial, and we’re hustlers. Read on, friends!
In 2017 I read more books than ever before. Books about politics, economics, history or philosophy – I was able to check off so many books from the list of books that I have wanted to read for the longest time. I am proud to say that today, I am a little smarter than I was in 2016. However, I was a surprised to see that building a base of knowledge is only one small part of the amazing benefits of reading books.
Today we will cover 5 benefits of reading and the science behind them. Fiction and non-fiction alike, these benefits will have even the most book-averse people you know reconsidering their feelings.