Happy 2020, everyone! 🎆🎇 For a lot of people, the start of a new year is like having a clean slate. It is an opportunity to reflect on the past year, start new habits (or stop some old ones), and possibly define some goals for the year. It’s like a fresh wave of energy appears … Continue reading Starting The Year Slow
We live in a world where we are connected all the time. Technology (especially social media) has made it so easy for us to be connected with the rest of the world, to communicate with other people, and to share and see what’s happening with our lives. While all of that can be very helpful … Continue reading Unplug Yourself
Recently, I got a day off from work just to spend a slow, quiet day at home. I've been having headaches, and I felt exhausted. My body, mind, and heart have been telling me to slow down and reassess my life. Although I don’t work overtime, I would always feel emotionally and mentally drained after … Continue reading A Slow, Quiet, Day Alone At Home (And an Epiphany)
I usually do my chores as planned. Laundry on Friday night. Cleaning on Saturday morning. Running the dishwasher when full. Washing our lunch boxes. Cooking rice. Keeping surfaces clear and clean. Most of the time, those checkboxes are ticked. But then, there are some days when I’m exhausted, whether it be physically, mentally, or emotionally. … Continue reading Is It Okay To Not Do My Chores Today?