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Judgement Detox the Book and How I Grew Reading It

Judgement Detox the Book and How I Grew Reading It

I am an avid reader and I was recently told that I would benefit from the Libby App. This app helps you set up an eLibrary card so you can check out ebooks and audibles. As I am a fan of personal growth I perused the titles available and the book by Gabrielle Bernstein JUDGMENT DETOX: Release The Beliefs That Hold You Back From Living A Better Life caught my eye. I will be honest and tell you I had…

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Minimalism: 3 years practicing

Minimalism: 3 years practicing

I started my minimalism journey 3 years ago in April 2018. I was transitioning from being a student and felt unsure about what to do with all the free time that was previously taken up by studying. I remember feeling restless and I was looking for a way to declutter my mind to help with my anxiety. Using Pinterest I found an article about declutter thoughts that quickly led me to information about decluttering my physical space. I immediately started…

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Growth During Isolation

Growth During Isolation

It’s been a few months since I last posted on my blog, but these are not normal times we are living in. This pandemic and accompanied isolation has given each of us more time with our thoughts and how we are living our lives. In this space I’ve been taking time to learn, grow, and do a lot of inner work. I have been slowly but surely working toward my truth, seeing the most impact in the last few years….

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Why I Dyed My Hair Purple

Why I Dyed My Hair Purple

It’s June 2020 and we have been in quarantine for several months now. This time has brought space for me to grow by reading more and taking a look at what matters most to me. During this time I joined a book club and we decided to read Untamed by Glennon Doyle. In this book Glennon talks about breaking out of the box that society places us in and embracing your true self. I’ve been going through an untaming of…

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What Staying at Home and 2 years into Minimalism has Taught Me

What Staying at Home and 2 years into Minimalism has Taught Me

April 2018 was a vastly different world we lived in. For me personally, I was rediscovering myself after just finishing my bachelor’s degree and just starting on my minimalism and mindset journey. Fast forward to April 2020 and we are encouraged to self-isolate due to the pandemic plaguing the world. Fortunately, I am able to self-isolate because I now work from home full time. My husband, however, continues to work in the public where they are doing their best to keep themselves…

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12 Ways to Add Hygge to Social Isolation

12 Ways to Add Hygge to Social Isolation

We are well into social isolation with the coronavirus, and a lot of people are struggling without social interaction from others and possibly too much from your own household. Now is a great reminder of how to be intentional this season. I know by now Spring is upon us, but the majority of the world has been encouraged to self-isolate. This is usually a great time of the year to enjoy the weather, but we can’t do our normal activities…

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Perfectionist Fantasy During Social Isolation

Perfectionist Fantasy During Social Isolation

It is April 2020 and we are experiencing a global pandemic. Where I live in Utah we also experienced our first large earthquake in mid-March with well over 200 aftershocks that we are winding down from. To slow the spread of the virus many people have been forced to stay home. Individuals have lost their job, are forced to not go in, or if possible work from home with the exception of front line health care workers, grocery store employees,…

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Spring Cleaning and Decluttering Checklist Plus Free Printout

Spring Cleaning and Decluttering Checklist Plus Free Printout

Spring officially starts March 18th and with that comes the need to grow and reset our homes. I am looking forward to what this season has to offer and how to include joy into the usual spring cleaning. Like last year I plan to start my spring cleaning with decluttering. This can really help you see an immediate impact in my home making the process easier when it came to cleaning. As we change throughout the season our home should…

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Morning Pages and Free Template

Morning Pages and Free Template

I’ve talked a few times about morning rhythms and journaling, and over the past few years, my morning rhythm has changed, but a practice that has made life easier each day is journaling. These days my journaling looks a little different then just a brain dump. I’ve read countless articles, books, and blogs as well as listened to many podcasts and created a journaling practice that helps me by my best self. Each morning I take time to practice doing…

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10 Ways to add Hygge to Winter

10 Ways to add Hygge to Winter

We are well into Winter with mid-February, and now is a great reminder on how to be intentional this season. I know by this point if you live in a location that has snow you may be ready for Spring, but we still have some time left this season and a few snowstorms to see. This is usually the most difficult time of year for me to enjoy the weather, but I am working on being more intentional overall and…

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