Have you ever been asked why do you blog? Or why do you enjoy blogging so much? When I first started thinking about blogging and when I first started writing on my blog, I did it because I love writing. As I have continued to blog I have found more reasons why I love blogging.
Toxic habits to me are habits you are practising that have a negative and harmful effect on your physical or mental health. Continue reading “5 Toxic Habits You Need To Quit”
Happy Valentines Day! When people say show yourself some love and care for yourself. I think society has programmed it in that a good bubble bath or a face mask will suffice. Which of course is okay if you want to do that, but self care and love is about so much more than pampering.
Tomorrow is my 29th birthday, I thought I would share with you a list of 30 things I want to do/achieve before I turn 30.
Many bloggers are not blogging full-time and are working another job. I am one of these bloggers. I work as well as I running my blog, so I know first hand how hard it can be to balance life, work and run a blog.
It’s that time again where I design and share my bullet journal set up with you for the brand new month ahead. There were certain aspects of my January set up I wanted to recreate for the month of February.
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One of my goals for this year is to focus back on my healthy eating and exercise regime. So that means more home cooked meals and making better recipe choices.
Whether you are new to blogging or have been blogging for a while, it can be difficult to grow your blog and it does take a lot of hard work. Unfortunately, there is not a hidden secret to building a business overnight.
A bullet journal can be so versatile and you can record different information. The bullet journal process is where I was first introduced to habit trackers.
Habit trackers are exactly what they say, they are a way of tracking your habits. The simple way to measure whether you completed a habit. There are plenty of theories you can find online about how many days it takes to form or break a habit. There is a 21/90 rule, this is where you commit to a habit for 21 days straight. It has said after the three weeks it should have become a habit. You then continue the habit for a further 90 days.
Success does not come overnight, there is no shortcut unfortunately. When I first started blogging I had the goal of collaborating with some stationery brands, for me working with brands I saw leading to a successful blog. A couple of years later and I am now being invited to events and working with some well known brands.