Digital media is a major contributor to the state if my emotional wellbeing. In fact, the over-use of social and digital media adds to my levels of anxiety. After recognizing how digital media affects my health, I've embarked on digital detox. This is a journey to reduce my screen time and develop healthier habits with [...]
It is no secret that 2019 has been a year full of challenges for me - personally, professionally, and academically. Although I know that I am constantly becoming a more resilient person, sometimes I can't seem to escape my own anxious thoughts. After completing a grueling semester at school, I was surprised to find that I didn't feel much relief... but rather, I felt empty. As a first step in getting my mindset right, I took a brief social media detox this May. I needed time to myself to declutter my mind, boost my mood, and escape the mindless social media scroll. Ironically, after coming back from my brief break, I came across a thought-provoking and inspiring Instagram TV video that inspired me to write today's post.At a high level, this post explores the idea that our friends and social media are corrupting our minds and making us depressed. But how can this be true? Please keep reading to find out.
Failure sucks. How we cope with failure doesn't have to. Whether you're a blogger, a student, a creative, or another working professional, failure is a part of life that everyone has to deal with at some point. If you're feeling down about your recent failures or you're looking for tips on coping with failure, please keep reading.
The feeling of excitement that the holidays brought has fully worn off and the pressures of real life have set in and started to chip away at my resolve. I'd be lying if I failed to mention that this month has been particularly hard for me, both personally, professionally, and on the blog. Rather than staying down, I've decided to push forward and invest in some quality Me-Time. Please keep reading for some tips on how to love yourself when you're feeling overwhelmed.
This September, I've been taking part in Be More With Less's #BusyBoycott Challenge in an effort to simplify my life. I'm tired of spending all my time and energy doing things that don't add value to my life or bring me joy, so my hope with this challenge is to learn how to better prioritize my life so that I have time to do the things that make me happy.
This September, I've been taking part of Be More With Less's 21 day #BusyBoycott Challenge because lately I've found that my mile-long to-do lists have taken over my life and I'm seemingly spending more and more time doing things I feel I need to do, rather than things that I want to do. I want to simplify my life so that I have time to truly live for the things that bring me the most joy.
Admittedly, when I was younger, I never thought much about skincare, because it was never was exciting to me as color products (i.e. makeup). Even though I suffered from bad acne as an adolescent, I never felt the need to invest in good skincare because the root of my "bad" skin was genetic. Now I am a skincare junkie with a set morning and evening routine. Not only does my skincare routine help to maintain and improve my skin, but it has become an essential part of my self-care routine.