When I think of the word hiatus, I think of TV shows. There’s a season finale, then a hiatus, and then the new season comes and it’s better than anything you’ve ever seen. I’d like to think that’s what’s happening here.
We all have had those times in our lives where nothing seems to be going right. It slowly gets worse and worse until you’re ready to wave the white flag. I’ve been having a month full of negativity and it’s time for it to end.
Friendships are a bank account. And when you continue to overdraw your bank account, it is terminated. Why shouldn’t friendships? Toxic friends overdraw your friendship account over and over again, and it’s finally time to close your account.
Hygge is the Danish term for enjoying a charming moment in life, especially in regard to warmth or companionship. There isn’t an exact way to pinpoint it, but anything that makes you feel present and special, that’s Hygge.
I’ll admit it: I’m a Single Pringle. I’m not in a committed relationship and I’m content in the life of no commitment. Except for Valentine’s Day. It’s the loneliest day of the year for a reason, but that’s no reason not to celebrate!
I am really bad at changing my habits. I bit my nails until middle school and still forget to make my bed 90% of the time. There are plenty of habits I have that I have failed again and again at maintaining. But since incorporating a Good Habit Tracker into my life, good habits are my everything.
They say that the first month of resolutions is the easier and the hardest. You feel motivated for your goals, but you’re still getting into the routine of everything. And I can attest to that in this update on my 2018 resolutions.
Candles make me happy. Light a candle and instantly you bring light and warmth to a setting, making it feel cozy and special. Ever since college I’ve always had several candles to light at night, sometimes at the same time. And last year I started making them.
As we fall into the homestretch of the first month of 2018, I look to the rest of the year with a positive view. And the music on our playlist has a lot to do with that.
Growing up, whenever something difficult happened my parents would tell me “God never gives us more than we can handle”. It’s something that has followed me to adulthood and this week, was a big part of my life as I indulged in self care in a difficult time.