Are your everyday purchases supporting the exploitation of others?
My husband and I recently celebrated one year in Arizona – although I shouldn’t say we “celebrated.” It just sort of came and went. But in the aftermath of this … Continue reading A Year in the Wilderness
You can have more than one home. You can carry your roots with you, and decide where they grow. – Henning Mankell Since childhood, I have had a hunger for … Continue reading The Value of Home
On the surface, we all know that negativity can impact us, well, negatively. But I think it’s easy to underestimate just how much power negativity can have when we allow … Continue reading How to beat negativity.
Consumerism: the theory that an increasing consumption of goods is economically desirable; a preoccupation with and an inclination toward the buying of consumer goods. – Merriam Webster Consumerism is not … Continue reading Break up with the buy.
There are many habits and practices that add value to our lives. Some take years of training and practice; others can be expensive. However, finding new ways to enrich your … Continue reading Two simple practices that will add value to your life.
Before I continue, let me remind you of the two definitions from my last post: Perfectionism (n): refusal to accept any standard short of perfection. Balance (v): keep or put … Continue reading Stop acting like your perfect (part 2).