The end of 2017 is drawing closer, and I took the past weeks to come up with a few habits I want to kick and things I want to change in 2018. Let’s see if these go better than this years attempt to get moving, aka do more sports.
This is not a gift guide, but it still might help you to find the perfect gift.
Looking out the window all I see is lots of grey or darkness these days. Here are 5 ways I try to cope with these late autumn and winter days.
Some evenings my mind keeps spinning, recounting events from the day, pondering all sorts of things and keeping me from a good nights sleep. Fortunately, when this happens, I can close my eyes and think myself back to something I call my happy place. Which, actually is a place that physically exists – at the other end of the world.
I want to use the web consciously and I am still in the process of trying out different ways to do this, and I do break the rules I set for myself way too often. However, sharing my thoughts always helps me to stick to a project, and maybe my ramblings will even inspire you to change the ways you consume content on the web.
I am still a bit reluctant to admit it, but autumn is fast approaching. To make the transition into autumn a bit easier and less depressing, I noted down five reasons to look forward to the end of summer.
That planet we live on is a marvellous and beautiful place full of wonders. Let’s try and keep it that way, ok?
The alarm clock goes off at 6:30 every morning. On a perfect morning, after a little bit of snooze and cuddles with the cat, I will get up with enough time on my hands to dedicate to three things that set the tone for the rest of the day.
Migraines suck and there is not much you can do to get rid of acute headaches, then basically wait until they are over. However, there are a few remedies that make a headache day more bearable. So, I thought I’d share some of them with you.