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Declutter Your Home To Declutter Your Mind

A study from the University of California found that mothers who described their homes as “cluttered” or full of “unfinished projects” had higher levels of cortisol, the stress hormone. Stress is known to contribute to poor sleep, diet and a general decline in health. The research also found that clutter was linked to feelings of stress, fatigue […]

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Snail Mail Game Show | Round 17

Keeping the Snail Mail Game Show going for the first round of 2019! This time, the participants were given an outline of a classic flyer with the strips at the bottom where you usually are advertising something and can leave your contact information on little strips of paper at the bottom, and people can rip […]

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25 Ways To Say No

It’s really easy to be a Yes Babe. And I don’t mean in the potentially fun way Jim Carrey did it in that movie, where you’re saying yes to new opportunities outside your comfort zone. I’m talking about the people-pleasing way. The one where your yes feels obligatory, and out of your control. Where it […]

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5 Ways To Repair Broken Relationships

The breakdown of a relationship can be heartbreaking, especially if you care deeply for a person. If, however, a person truly means a lot to you and has done for many years, you shouldn’t give up on attempting to mend the friendship, as it might be possible to rebuild the broken bridge. If you miss […]

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Weekly Happiness

Hello! I skipped a week of Happiness posts, so this is two weeks of goodness put together. I’ve been feeling sick, so I’ve been needing to work less. That’s the thing about working for yourself — you can’t call someone else in for you! So I’m sorry for the lack of content. I hope you’re […]

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