Packing Tips

As vacation season is officially upon us, I thought I’d gather some tips to help you pack sensibly. Tips for better packing: Roll your clothes – Not the most original advice these days but it’s advice worth noting. Your clothes will remain relatively crinkle-free and you’ll have additional space in your suitcase. Try it for…

A Lesson in Self-Love (Plus 9 Ways to be Kind to Yourself)

I am constantly learning about myself and the world around me. One of the most important lessons I learned was how to love myself. I learned this lesson, not surprisingly, by failing to do so. And I’m still, at times, failing to do so. I believe that in order to find yourself, you do have…

For Your Birthday This Year, Renew Your Vows to Yourself

It seems the more we mature, the less importance we place on birthdays. Well, at least our own. But should it be less important? Maybe it’s the thought of getting older that has us feeling less enthusiastic when that birthday creeps up on us.

The Only New Year’s Resolutions You Need to Make

I’m not really big on New Year’s resolutions (well, at least not anymore), they tend to lead to disappointments and I much prefer to avoid those. However, you could argue that I do in fact make New Year’s resolutions or that I make them all year round.

Get Back on Track – Diet, Exercise and More

Get ready ladies and gents, because we’ve got work to do. We’re reaching the end of a bumpy year and some of us may still be lagging behind. Now is the perfect time to reevaluate our goals and get back on track.

On Bullying (and How to Put it Behind You)

I wrestled with this subject a while back and decided that I needed to write about it, as a form of self therapy, as a means of inspiration to others and as a reminder that will always be here on the website, which I can refer to later on if need be.

The Problem with Multitasking

In this fast-paced world, we feel the urge to stay on top of everything, to the point of letting time (or lack thereof) dictate our lives. We have more to do now than ever and sometimes we don’t really know where to begin. To compensate, we try to fit everything in all at once and…