14 Great Reasons Why You Should Be Using A Bullet Journal

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Photo by Marissa Grootes on Unsplash Bullet journaling is a popular form of organisation using the bullet planner system. It is becoming an even more popular planner with social media being flooded with spread and page ideas with beautiful intricate designs. More people are taking to create their own planner spreads for their needs.

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5 Things I’ve Learned From My Chronic Illness

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Photo by Becca Tapert on Unsplash Today, May 12th is ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia International Awareness Day. It’s an important reminder that there is still a lot of misinformation as well as being an opportunity to raise awareness and supporting further research into eventually finding cures.

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9 Simple Ways You Can Invest In Yourself

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Photo by Helena Lopes on Unsplash Learning to invest in yourself will be the most profitable investment you will ever make. It’s the best way to achieve a better quality of life, be successful and productive is to place a priority on investing in yourself both personally and professionally.

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12 Ways To Overcome Creative Block

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Photo by Hutomo Abrianto on Unsplash It can be great working in a creative industry, but it can be hard to remain enthusiastic and inspired all the time.

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7 Blogs You Should Read This May

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AD. We are now officially in Spring and I am probably not the only one who is looking forward to some warmer weather as well as seeing more colours in nature.

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7 Daily Habits For Calming Your Anxiety

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Photo by Alex Shu on Unsplash Everyone can experience periods of anxiety, some can have further problems with anxiety that need help controlling. According to the World Health Organisation, 1 in 13 people globally suffer from anxiety.

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17 Self-Care Ideas To Do After A Bad Day

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Photo by Roberto Nickson on Unsplash Bad days happen; unfortunately, we can all have them as much as we would like to avoid them. No matter the reason for your bad day, you can look after yourself to try and improve your mood and mindset to put it behind you and start fresh the following […]

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6 Blogging Investments Worth The Money

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Photo by Jodie Cook on Unsplash There are so many blogging investments that feature online and one of the biggest blogging mistakes is to invest in everything that you are told is great to start building a successful blog.

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8 Ways To Instantly Boost Your Mood

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Photo by Fuu J on Unsplash Guest post written by Nyxie’s Nook Not all of us can be a ball of sunshine all the time. I’ve yet to meet anyone who doesn’t experience the occasional bad day, and that’s perfectly natural! For some of us a dip in mood is a frequent occurrence, while for […]

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