So 2020 probably didn’t turn out like how you had planned. Honestly, I can barely remember my new year’s resolutions or any of the goals I had for myself. And I bet you’re feeling a little mixed up too. Instead of trudging on and ignoring how much has changed, why not scrap your expectations and…

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The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week Why the Pandemic Has Us Buying Roller Skates and Baking Bread. Have you been stress-buying lately? OMG PUPPERS! 11 Ways Puppies Can Improve Your Health. Because…

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The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week How to GET STUFF DONE When You Don’t Feel Like It. A lesson we might need to learn multiple times. Quarantine has changed us — and…

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This quarantine time has the surprising benefit of teaching us to look inward, whether that’s exploring the depths of our minds or unearthing the clutter from the hall closet. It’s all about focusing on yourself and your needs. For me, I’ve been curating my extensive home library. Just as I need a cozy home to…

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White space (also known as self-care) is severely lacking in most of my clients’ lives . . . and maybe yours too. We’re all stressed about the quarantine, getting sick of our family members, struggling financially, and barely able to hold it together. Who has time to think about something as frivolous as self-care??? Now…

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I’m a bit of an “over-preparer,” and I like to have extra items and duplicates . . . you know, just in case. Who knows when you’ll need more toothpaste or batteries or underwear? Better play it safe and stock up so you’re never left in an uncomfortable situation. But all that preparedness requires a…

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Workout clothes, yoga pants, loungewear, athleisure, or whatever you call it is becoming increasingly popular now that many of us are stuck in our homes. The recent worldwide health crisis means more people working (or not working) at home and needing clothes that aren’t as formal as what you might wear to the office. No…

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