Love this. Something to work for every day.
I’ve been really bad about hitting my snooze lately, which is what caught my attention. I thought this was a nice reminder that we have control over our lives and it’s all about perspective. After all, life is 10% what actually happens to you and 90%how you react to it…
"You are not alone, of course. While no one excuses bad behavior like growling at a colleague at 3 p.m. for "not being an afternoon person," society has somehow accepted that it’s okay to grunt, stumble and bitch our way through the start of every day. And so we do. What we don’t realize is it’s not just our bodies but our souls as well that need sustenance for a long day ahead, and just like a good breakfast can start the day off right, a good outlook at 6:30 a.m. can shape the way you get through to 6:30 p.m.
Here are five things you probably already did wrong this morning — and five ways you can get every day off to a better start, including breaking up with your snooze button once and for all.”
It is conventional wisdom that we’re our own worst enemies and despite the cliche, the idea rings true. We often drive ourselves insane striving for perfection in our experiences, relationships and selves, and honestly it just becomes exhausting. So here at HuffPost Women we’re issuing a challenge to ourselves — and other women — to stop doing these 23 things. (Of course it’s all easier said than done, but to employ another cliche, if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.)
Me on my 25th birthday.
I turned 25 this year and I had a bit of a quarter life crisis. I felt like I didn’t know what I was doing and I was looking for advice on how to navigate this crazy adventure that is my 20’s. So for my birthday I asked my family to write a letter to themselves…
One Easy Thing All White People Could Do That Would Make The World A Better Place