Like many people going through transitions ... the adjustment can be overwhelming and taxing, and it can be difficult to maintain the routines and practices that allow you to do the things you love.
Each choice has positives and negatives, and only you can determine what makes the most sense for your life.
Sometimes you know what you should get rid of, or you know which area to tackle. Other times, you look around your house and think, I don’t know what I need and love, and I don’t know where to start. It can be overwhelming, just like a blank page.
How many authors and artists have been inspired by beautiful and brutal nature? The West itself is legend for its wildness, its stark and lonely places, its measureless expanses promising freedom, anonymity, a new start.
Ask yourself these three questions to help set priorities for the new year.
Time spent with the people you love refreshes you and helps your creativity. Make some time for hygge, or coziness of the soul, this season and your creativity will benefit.
I'm rethinking my stack of unused thank you cards. Every day we're given gifts that we might not express gratitude for, but for November, I'm going to acknowledge them with handwritten notes of thanks.