Let’s get rid of Random Acts of Kindness. Let us start the revolution of Purposeful Acts of Kindness!
Why is Not All Pain Considered Equal?
Instead of comparing our pain to others, let’s try to find comradery in our similar injuries. Instead of saying “Oh, I have that too and [insert attempt at oneupmanship],” say, “I feel you. I’m sorry you’re in pain. I have some suggestions on how to help.”
DIY: Hair Mask on Over-Processed Hair
As you can imagine, when I got home from work, playing beauty salon was pretty low on my list of things I wanted to do. Alas, part of this self-care challenge is doing things that are good for me, even if I don’t want to do them. So, I hit up Pinterest and found what new thing I was going to do with my hair.
Answering My Fanmail (Sorta)
Thank heck, I can get some of that garbage out of my email so I can actually find the things I’ve starred as important. Then, I realized that email isn’t my only inbox. I realized that, if I were to truly do this challenge to the fullest extent, I’d have to do something I’ve been avoiding for over a year now.
Drink Water and Have a Nice Day
A very short post about drinking water.
Why the Speed Information Travels At is Ruining Interpersonal Discussions
I rely on the instant gratification. The “woo-pa-ting” of Facebook. The “blooo-wOOp” of Skype.
5 Reasons Why Listening to Podcasts While Driving is the Superior Option
It was my cousin Michael who first suggested I listen to podcasts in the car.
How Decluttering and Self-Care are Linked
I am coming clean. I have too much stuff.
30 Day Self-Care Challenge
Since no one is there to notice if I slip up, I lie to myself, make excuses to myself, and stop. The truth is this: no one will know if I don’t take care of myself, and I can deceive myself about the amount of self-care I’m actually practicing.