After the holidays, I always feel like I need to reset my diet. I typically eat pretty clean, avoiding most grains and processed foods. I also try to limit sugar, but I have a wicked sweet tooth. During the last quarter of the year, my sweet tooth goes wild for all of the yummy treats that come available when the temperatures turn colder. By the time the new year rolls around, I feel sluggish, out of shape, and in need of a fresh start. Enter the Whole30.
I love to read, and I always have a book on hand ready to read when the moment strikes. Over the years, I have slowly switched from getting lost in a novel to reading books that inspire and motivate me to live a more intentional life. Although I love the entertainment and escape a good novel provides, I also love learning about personal development, time management, and purposeful living.
According to the latest research, most of the people who set resolutions at the beginning of the year have given up on them by February. I used to be one of those people. This year is different, however. I made more progress on my goals in January than I ever have before, and I am still going strong now that January is over. If you are sitting there wondering if you will ever find the motivation to stick to your goals, keep reading. I’m going to show you how to form habits that stick.
As I entered my thirties, I noticed a shift in how I viewed my life. Up until then, I was doing my best to juggle being a wife, a new mother, and a good employee. When I became a stay-at-home-mom something changed. I threw myself into my role as a mother and a homemaker, and I loved it! After a while, though, I began to wonder if I was called to more.
Minimalism is quite the buzzword these days, and for good reason. Have you ever wondered what all the hype was about? What is minimalism anyway? Today, I have a treat for you! Erin Tannehill of A Welder’s Wife is here to explain the basics of minimalism and how it can benefit you. I have a feeling this post is going to leave you eager to take action, so I created a FREE 10-day Decluttering Kickstart Guide. Be sure to check it out at the end of this post!