We have had enough teachers. It’s time we take back our mental health this year and start focusing on us without feeling guilty for it. Through the last couple years and the mass exodus of teachers leaving the profession, we cannot keep doing what we’ve been doing and think we won’t get burnt out too. There’s a lot that needs to change from higher levels of the education world to make significant changes to our schools and profession. But we can’t wait around for that. It starts within us. And it starts this year.
When planning a bachelorette party, you have to cater to the bride (obviously), but there are some things that no matter where it’s at, who’s going, or how old you are .. you are going to want to do these 5 things!
Reading has always been a passion of mine and I’m so thankful for it. No matter what emotion I’m feeling I can always turn to book. My goal each year is to read 52 books, I’m aiming for higher this year but I don’t know if I could get 60 or not. I mean, I’m sure I could if I put my mind to it, here’s how!
I compiled a list of my favorite and not so favorite reads of 2022 so far. I’ve checked a lot of books off my list but these ones I started in March are slow moving. Catch up on them all in this blog post!
Honestly, the living room is probably the hardest space for me to decorate because it needs to be very neutral with things in my opinion and everyone is going to see it. I hate clutter and want things to be practical and cute when it’s placed and give off homey cozy vibes when someone walks in the room!
Give me my tripod, cute outfits, and a nice back drop and 30 minutes and I will have a brand new set of photos for Instagram for the week. I always batch my photos because it saves me a ton of time down the road during the week when I can just flip through my camera roll and type out my caption!
I was recording my Embrace the Sweat Podcast last week and I said this phrase off script and it really just hit me. “Don’t wait for retirement.” We are conditioned our whole life that we work hard and when you retire you get to use the money you worked for to do all your traveling and fun things