Three Effective Ways The Everyday Girl Improves Her Mental Health

Three Effective Ways The Everyday Girl Improves Her Mental Health

Three Effective Ways the Everyday Girl Improves Her Mental Health (This post includes collaborative content.) That overwhelming sense of loneliness, anxiety and exhaustion that often comes with mental illness can take a toll on one’s life. It certainly doesn’t help that nowadays, pressures seem to come at us from all sides; whether it’s insecurities from … Read More

Effortlessly Staying Consistent with Journaling – with free Prompts Package

Effortlessly Staying Consistent with Journaling – with free Prompts Package

Alright ladies, I’ve been told that at this point in the month, it’s much too late to continue wishing people ‘A happy new year’. I vote that we let this one time slide though, as I haven’t been around, sadly, since December 31st. So, can we? Yeah? Yay! Happy New Year! Sending loads of new-year, … Read More

2017, You Gem! A Pre-2018 Recap & Free Gratitude Printable

2017, You Gem! A Pre-2018 Recap & Free Gratitude Printable

December, December How on earth are you here already? Feels like July was just the other day, doesn’t it? I’m in an über-festive mood, especially since this time of year means time with family (and the Christmas goodies, naturally). In all of its greatness, the holiday season has also put me in a place of … Read More

A Moment to Breathe – A Review of Week 1

A Moment to Breathe – A Review of Week 1

Confession: I’ve tried and failed countless times at keeping up with daily devotionals. Hectic schedules along with the dreaded overwhelm has often made sleep far more appealing than daily reading. The funny thing is, that’s exactly what drew me to the (in)courage community’s ‘A Moment to Breathe: 365 Devotionals That Meet You in Your Daily Mess’. … Read More

An Everyday Gift Worth Getting and Giving with Shari’s Berries

An Everyday Gift Worth Getting and Giving with Shari’s Berries

Getting older. Do you remember that time when you were actually excited about it? I do. Somewhere between 5 years old and the angsty age of 13, I remember always looking forward to being a ‘grown up’. Don’t get me wrong, my childhood was enjoyable beyond words (I actually miss being a child sometimes! That’s … Read More

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