As long as we think the fountain of youth is in a pricey jar labeled "Miracle in a Jar", we'll keep spending our hard earned cash on their claims.
I have been doing more research on this whole 'travel for free' scheme and I have uncovered some really juicy solutions.
The more I learned about greener technologies, the more I learned about how not-so-green our denim industry is
We have all found ourselves in sticky situations where it feels like it's going to be harder to walk away than we give ourselves credit for. It's in those moments when we need to let our body and mind go into "auto pilot" and just start walking. A friend of mine once told me a … Continue reading Take the Leap, The Net Will Follow.
We often hear others tell us that “Life is complicated”. Life is not complicated. Life is beautiful.
The author, Marie Kondo's simple philosophy of tidying up (letting go) is as simple as it is brilliant.
And they really ARE that simple.
I read these words a few weeks ago on a post about following your career bliss, and how you know when you're on the right path. The thing that resonated with me the most was these words: "Describe a time in your life when you were at your best". When you think about this, what … Continue reading Describe a Time When You Were At Your Best
So often we find ourselves seeking in our adult lives what wasn’t given to us or fulfilled when we were children. The need is almost like a vitamin deficiency. When we need Iron or Potassium, our bodies crave foods that are high in these vitamins. I have even heard of stories where pregnant women … Continue reading Don’t Eat Dirt.
"One day some people came to the master and asked: How can you be happy in a world of such impermanence, where you cannot protect your loved ones from harm, illness or death? The master held up a glass and said: Someone gave me this glass; It holds my water admirably and it glistens in … Continue reading The Glass is Already Broken.