Millennials often get a bad rap. Much of the time, I don’t even like being identified as a millennial. We are regarded by older generations as having unrealistic expectations in … Continue reading Balancing paycheck with purpose.
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.
One thing I learned very well in Los Angeles is the value of hang-drying clothes. Allowing your clothes to hang dry may take more time, but it extends the life … Continue reading Weekend Challenge #5: Clothesline Challenge
If you’re like me, you dream of a beautiful, light-filled, clutter-free home. And, if you’re also like me, you sometimes feel as though it will always be just a dream. … Continue reading The cure for anxious spaces.
Don’t let schooling interfere with your education. – Mark Twain I believe that one of the most significant things separating those who pursue their dreams and those who don’t is lifelong … Continue reading 5 free resources for the lifelong learner.
My makeup bag seems to get very messy very quickly. I am terrible about buying makeup, so I use a makeup subscription service that sends me new items every month, … Continue reading Weekend Challenge #4
What is it that makes us give up? Why is it that sometimes, we lose the motivation to follow through with our goals, our dreams, or our commitments? According to Statistic … Continue reading The problem of follow-through.