To make the holidays a little less hectic, get started now. Christmas cookies can be frozen, so can the dough, which will give you more time for festivities when the holidays arrive.
Make plans at least once a month to see your friends. You never know when they’ll need some friend time
Make sure to include fun things in your budget. Whether that’s going to a concert or going out with friends for a night out, everyone needs to get out every now and then.
I don’t know about everyone else, but fall to me symbolizes a time of new beginnings. We’re entering the most wonderful time of the year, and that brings a sense of magic, wonder, and miracles. The best way to start this season off, especially since you’ll likely have family and friends visiting, is with some…
Make sure to take some time for yourself. Whether it’s sitting down for 10 minutes of peace and quiet without your cell phone or enjoying a new face mask and bubble bath, make time for some me time.
Get things done on Saturday morning! If you get up and knock those tasks off your to-do list, you won’t have to worry about them the next day. So get up, get moving, and then enjoy the rest of your Saturday.
Adulting can be hard, so find a good outlet. Join a club, volunteer, join a sports league, take a yoga class. Whatever you enjoy doing, find a group that also enjoys it. You’ll make new friends, and improve yourself.
Let’s talk rejection! Friends, relationships, jobs, etc. it happens to all of us.
You’ll thank me for this one. If you don’t already, go get a planner, and use it. Put everything you’ve got going on for the week in it, and each night, take a look at what’s upcoming. You’ll feel less stressed if you can plan your life around all those appointments 🙂
Hey y’all, the spookiest time of the year is upon us, and if you’re trying to be frugal and put money into your savings rather than a new Halloween costume, I got you covered. There are several costume ideas you can use, all with items already in your closet! Cowboy/cowgirl. Obviously, as long as you…