When I first heard about the importance of deciding on and defining your values, I thought it was silly. Don’t we all have the same values? Be kind, be honest, help others…basically be a good person. After further reading and discussions with my psychologist, however, I began to discover the value in…er, well…defining your values.
This slightly tongue-in-cheek article was inspired by a tweet from @tomandlorenzo and is dedicated to all those introverts who have been led to believe there is something wrong with them.
In honour of International Childfree Day today (August 1), I thought I would share my childfree story.
Today I learned that Pope Francis thinks I’m selfish. And although I don’t really care about his opinion, it really got my wheels turning about why people are so uncomfortable with the idea of people choosing to live childfree.
why aren’t we encouraged to carefully, mindfully and thoughtfully curate our lives? To make choices that will allow us to treasure what we have. To mindfully select the things that will and will not be part of our lives.
If you haven’t heard, Instagram is making some changes in the coming months, since apparently they feel threatened by TikTok. According to Instagram, their data and surveys show that users are more interested in a video platform where they can shop and message...
I’m so excited to be rebranding this blog from The Scribbling Penguin to Waves and Wildflowers. I desperately wanted a name that better exemplified who I am and what I write about.
I’ve been trying for quite awhile to decrease my social media use but always found that the commonly offered solutions didn’t work for my lifestyle.
I’m incredibly frustrated with the atmosphere and overall mindset that exists in the blogging world right now. The common message is that the way to make money (and of course you must make money in order to be successful) is to position yourself as an expert and to market your supposed expertise to others through courses or ebooks.
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