I used to be so completely obsessed with journaling that I was actually “known” for it, to some extent. It didn’t matter if I was at church or at a pool party… I always had my journal with me. It was the place I kept everything… my thoughts, plans, dreams, to-do lists, ticket stubs, and most importantly, my angsty teenage rants about boys and friend drama.
Happy, happy, happy Earth Day my dear friends! Earth Day must have known we all needed a little “pick-me” up because I surprisingly woke up to a bright sunny room + 77 degree weather this morning! Spring has OFFICIALLY sprung and my heart couldn’t be any happier about it!
If you’re a blogger or a human being over the age of 18, than you’ve been asked what you do for work. If you’re a blogger, unfortunately (or perhaps, fortunately, depending on how you’re looking at it), replying, “I blog,” piques A LOT of questions and comments.
I’m the kind of person who needs to write down my goals and to-do lists or I’ll end up watching 5 hours of Netflix while binge eating 2 full tubs of cookie dough. I realize that some people can get stuff done without a written down plan.
I’ve always been obsessed with all things papery and cutesy. When I walk into Target, I head straight for the dollar section paper goods (those cute little notepads and post-it-notes that nobody really needs more of are my FAVE).
Hey, friends! Happy New Year! (It’s okay to say that 19 days late, right? ) I feel like the whole of January is my “New Years Day.” It’s the fresh start that most of us are so desperately needing by the time December rolls around. It’s the month where we refresh, set goals, and say, “20__ is going to be the best year EVER!”
One of my favorite things to do at the beginning of each year is recap. I used to recap in my journal because my journal used to be my place of refuge (aka: my best friend) until I realized that I prefer typing to handwriting and I love sharing my story and my passions with others.