With the holidays upon us and it being a time when we get together with family and friends, I wanted to give you a way in which you can easily make other people’s lives work and your own in the process. It is something that you might want to begin now and continue on a…
If the idea of clearing out your home seems overwhelming, here are some easy tips on how to do it stress-free.
Want to know why the front door is the most important part of your home? Itâ€™s because the front door is the â€˜mouthâ€™ of your home. Did I really say that? Yup, I did! And, funnily enough, in my head I can just hear my 4 your old boy, Judah laughing and saying to me â€˜The house doesnâ€™t have a mouth, sillyâ€™.
The best place for a home office is at the front of your house so that you can feel that you are a part of the outside world. The only exception to this rule is if you are a writer or an artist and need peace and quietâ€”in that case the back of your house is also a good choice.
If you want a safe and toxic free way to clean your body and your household that does not cost an arm and a leg then use baking soda. This multi tasking ingredient has the amazing ability to eliminate odors.
It is never too late to start something new, whether youâ€™re 75 and want to take up the piano, 55 and are beginning a new profession or 27 and think that you should know it all by now. Being a beginner takes enormous courage, as so often it leaves you vulnerable.
I don’t know why, but ever since I was young I was always concerned that in my old age I would have regrets and, as a result of this fear I don’t like to waste time at all. It may be that this fear is not the healthiest driver, but it has been positive in so many ways, as it has motivated me to love exceptionally, have many adventures, take risks and appreciate so much, so much of the time. So here are my personal five tips on how to live without regrets.
If I could, I would be more than happy to give you a psychological breakdown linking your traveling techniques to your psychological profile, but actually I don’t know that it would be so easy to analyze the methods and motives behind anyone’s travel style. My husband is a great example: Most of the time he is messy, disorganized and a bit of a scatter brain, but when it comes to traveling he’s cool, calm and collected. He packs the night before, manages to get to the airport on time without leaving hours too early and never stresses out about flying.