Journaling has become one of the trendiest tools in the self-love industry, and I don’t necessarily think that it’s a bad thing. However, I know that there are some people out there who don’t believe in its effectiveness, and don’t find it worthwhile. I believe that this line of thinking comes from a few misconceptions about the process. So, in today’s post we’re going to be answering the question, “Is journaling a waste of your time? “. Let’s discuss.Continue reading “Is journaling a waste of your time?”
What’s the difference between gratitude and appreciation?
This week I thought that we’d continue our ‘What’s the difference?’ series. Last week we looked at the difference between self-love and selfishness. For this week, we’re going to be asking ourselves, what’s the difference between gratitude and appreciation? Does it even matter? Let’s discuss.Continue reading “What’s the difference between gratitude and appreciation?”
Selfishness vs self love – What’s the difference?
Eleanor Brownn once said ‘’Self-care is not selfish. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.’’. Over the past two years of this never-ending pandemic, I’ve gladly noticed that a lot more people are taking self-love and their mental health more seriously. However, there has been a growing debate on selfishness vs self-love. How can you tell if someone’s actions are one or the other? Let’s discuss.Continue reading “Selfishness vs self love – What’s the difference?”
5 comforting things to tell your younger self
The other day I came across a bunch of photos from my younger days. It was truly an experience filled with a vast range of emotions. Excitement. Anger. Disgust. Pride. There are so many things that I would say to that young overweight kid, so I thought that I’d share some of those with you today. Here are 5 comforting things to tell your younger self.Continue reading “5 comforting things to tell your younger self”