As humans, we’re blessed—and cursed—with the awareness of the fact that we are all inevitably going to die someday. Because of this, there seems to be a universal fear of death.
I don’t know about you, but now that fall in full swing, all I want to do is curl up on the couch with my tea, a cozy blanket, and a good book (though to be honest, sometimes Netflix calls to me a little louder some days).
Women entrepreneurs are becoming the super powers of the more recent blogging and online world. Women have been underestimated for years now and the number of women entrepreneurs is increasing year after year, especially here in the United States.
It was a Friday evening, and I stood rummaging through my overflowing closet of clothes, looking for a fall-but-not-too-fall outfit for a harvest festival my husband and I would be attending on Saturday, a tradition that ushers in autumn.
For pretty much every parent on the planet, busy schedules and big responsibilities are an inescapable part of life. Even the most placid child can be a little whirlwind of chaos, and catering to their needs can take the kind of organizational skills usually only seen in large military operations.
We all have days where we feel uninspired and unmotivated. Maybe you’re pushing yourself too hard to get everything done within a certain time frame which causes you to burn out.
Whether we’re endlessly scrolling through Instagram, or pinning Pins about all of the beautiful places we could be in this world, or even looking at places our friends are visiting on Facebook, we’re always wishing, hoping to be some place else to get those beautifully crafted travel photos.