Click here to view the published article: 5 International Lifestyle Concepts We’re Obsessed With
Who doesn’t love the feeling of sinking down into a warm bubble bath surrounded by candles with a good book in their hand. There’s a word for that.
Do you love that warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you’re sitting around a dinner table surrounded by your best friends and the conversation has the perfect amount of depth? There’s a word for that too.
With the emergence of the hygge trend, international lifestyle concepts have become as popular as self-care and gratitude journals. They tell us how to live our best lives without needing to go on Pinterest and then directly to the salon for a makeover or buying 52 boxes from Ikea to finally organize your closet. These words are better than that.
Click here to view the published article: The Daily Routines of Highly Successful People May Not Work For You Mark Zuckerberg. Warren Buffett. Tony Robbins. Steve Jobs. If someone asked you to think of a way to describe each of these people, chances are you might say: Hoodies, dollar dollar bills y’all, “where focus goes, […]
Click here to view the published article: The Italian Art of Doing Nothing Clad in sweatpants, binge watching documentaries on Netflix, and scarfing down Lay’s potato chips one Saturday afternoon, I looked out the window and realized I hadn’t breathed fresh air in in about 24 hours. My lungs were taken back to a time, […]
Click here to view this article: “Lifestyle” and the Cycle of Constant Self Improvement In an age where we perpetuate the idea of always needing to be perfect, have things like bullet journaling, Pinterest, and lifestyle Youtube channels sent us into a spiral of constant self improvement? 1 out of 2 U.S. millennials use Pinterest […]