There’s so much going on in the world right now, and I hope you’re happy and taking good care. 2020 has been quite a ride so far and we still have elections, holidays and three months to go!
Speaking of a lot going on, last month, I moved to Kauai with my pup Harper. We were supposed to move in March (but, well, COVID happened) and after a couple of flight cancellations and other moving complications, plus a long two-week quarantine, Harper and I are loving our new island home.
It’s hard to believe we’re halfway through 2020. What a surreal year it’s been. When the clock struck midnight kicking off the New Year, I don’t think any of us could’ve predicted where 2020 would take us.
Chances are this year hasn’t gone the way you expected it would either, so today, I want to share with you a few things I’m doing at this mid-way point to help make the rest of 2020, the best of 2020.
From stringing lights to wrapping gifts, our to-do lists run long this time of year and it’s important we remember to enjoy the magic, good tidings and cheer this season is truly about.
Sing out loud, throw snowballs, kiss under the mistletoe and let yourself get swept up in the excitement and joy surrounding the holidays.
You know those days where everything seems to go wrong from the moment you get out of bed?
We all know things tend to come in three’s and how a bad morning can turn into an even worse day.
In order to bring on the good from the moment we wake up till the time we hit the pillow here are 3 simple ways to create a good day:
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While happiness is a choice (for the most part) — life isn’t always sunshine and rainbows.
Lows happen to all of us.
Sometimes there isn’t even a reason we feel sad, anxious, angry or blah. No matter the reason, it’s good to allow yourself to feel all you’re feeling — and at the same time keep in mind that it’s only a mood or season.