The best advice I can give anyone dealing with a new phase in life is to just embrace it, because you’re never going to get it back.
Like most dogmoms, I want only the best for my furbabies. Even if that means spending more money on their food than my own, letting them hog the pillows in our king-size bed, and taking them on special car ride trips. Of my three, I have two who will eat anything (literally, anything - even… Continue reading Picky Furbaby? Try These Homemade Dog Treats!
Am I too young, or am I too old? Millennials are being pushed and pulled in a dozen different directions all at the same time, and every direction is the “right way to go,” according to someone else. So how do we know?
Many older professionals are under the impression that all professional Millennials do is hop from job to job, with no regard to the company they’re leaving behind. I don’t think I can say it loud enough, so please listen when I say that just isn’t true.
The stress involved with “making the right decisions” came up in a conversation I had with a very good friend this weekend. We are both facing huge, life-altering decisions and having to hope that we make the right choices for both our present and future selves. I’m here to tell you (and also to keep reminding myself) that no matter what you choose, it is the right decision.
Once again, my relationship has reached an impasse. A big, scary, hard-as-rock, impasse that neither of our inexperienced new-adult brains have no idea how to navigate around. Basically, to keep a very long story very, very short, the mountain we’ve run into is: his career path is taking him to a different state while mine is keeping me here.
There are infinite benefits to practicing yoga, non of which are listed here, but I’ve been wanting to get into a routine for a while now. I even went out and bought a couple cute new yoga outfits (which have yet to be worn for yoga) and a new mat (that has been unrolled once since purchase). The problem though, has been 1. my extremely busy schedule and 2. lack of motivation (ie. laziness). Fortunately, those two problems are fairly easy to overcome - at least in theory.