We are a society that likes labels. We like to be able to put people in little boxes so that we can understand them and know how to interact with them. Conducive to society maybe but is that beneficial to the person being labelled? Is it productive for someone diagnosed with a mental illness? Do … Continue reading Bipolar Depression : Do Labels Help?
Working as a social media manager, sometimes I forget how over-whelming or confusing Pinterest can be for bloggers and entrepreneurs. Most bloggers understand how to save and share pins for personal use but when it comes to driving traffic through Pinterest to their sites, they are stumped. Especially if they are not a fashion, recipe … Continue reading Ultimate Pinterest Guide To Grow Your Followers And Repins
Who would have ever thought of starting a blog as a New Year's Resolution? Shelley Wilson, that's who. What began as a way of being accountable to her resolutions became a new way of life. Spurred on by comments and encouragement, Shelley has created a beautiful space to come for motivation and inspiration. The proof … Continue reading Blog Of The Day: Introducing Shelley Wilson of Motivate Me
Hi. My name is Elena and I have an organization problem. There I said it. I know that may come as a shock to some of you and I always find it amusing when another blogger thinks I have my shit together. Trust me. I don't. Or should I say didn't... I have tried a … Continue reading How To Start A Bullet Journal
It is time to do some spring cleaning of the relationships with the people who make up your circle of friends, family, acquaintances, and colleagues. There is probably at least one toxic person in the above group list that undermines your confidence, betrays your trust and spreads negativity. Yuck! You know you need to get … Continue reading 5 Toxic Habits Ruining Your Relationships
Nearly 6 million people in the United States have bipolar disorder, according to the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. That is an incredibly large number of people struggling with unexpected highs and lows. All undercover, more or less because their disease is not easily recognizable to the outside world. Stability for bipolar sufferers can be … Continue reading How To Track Mood Swings Using A Bullet Journal
Guest Post: Kimberly Montgomery, Fifty Jewels Award winning illustrator with over 35 years of design experience in the Paper Products and Gift Industry, Kimberly is now joyfully illustrating and designing about Happiness & Gratitude just for you! How are you coming along on those New Year’s Resolutions you vowed to stick to a mere … Continue reading The Best Planner To Get You Super Organized!