Instead of talking about the bad bits, I figured I’d scrap my planned post and talk about some of my good bits this year. So, pull up a comfy chair. Would anyone like some cheese?… Read More What Day is it Again?
Laugh more, cry more, give more compliments, eat pizza, and learn from your mistakes. New year, new you? Nah. New year, same great you that you have always been, but with a little glitter on top.… Read More New Year, New You? Nah.
I realized as my alarm went off at 3:10am on January 1st that I had not made any resolutions for this year. I was up early because I had a plane to catch that would bring me and my family back from Florida to our real life in Connecticut. It’s time to jump back into… Read More This Year: Resolve to Make More Love
If any of you have a Facebook account (and that’s probably most of you), you’ve probably received a holiday “card” of sorts – a post that shows up in your feed that replays the prior year’s top events in photos. The pictures, algorithmically customized for each user, are displayed under the tagline; “It’s Been A Great… Read More My Year: I’d Rather Not Review It, Facebook
Happy 2013! It has been almost a year since I did the Toxin a Day series (you can find the wrap up and links to all the Toxins here). For you newbies, the series took aim to help our readers navigate the shopping aisles armed with a bit more knowledge of the toxins that lurk in… Read More Cleaner Living: It’s a New Year!
I’m all about fresh starts. I can’t start a diet on a Thursday, I have to wait until Monday. I can’t stop reading in the middle of a chapter, I have to keep reading to the end so I can start a fresh chapter the next time. So I always look at the start of… Read More A Fresh Start
Guest Post Written by Stacy Litke A friend at work told me the other day that he had quit drinking coffee and alcohol recently so that when New Year’s rolled around he could resolve to start drinking coffee and alcohol and for once in his life would be successful at a resolution. Certainly can’t argue… Read More How to Have a Mindful New Year