Simple Ways To Decompress In The Workplace

Hi guys, happy Friday! This blog post was first featured as a guest post on Lifesfinewhine, but I wanted to share it with you all here. Thank you, Pooja for sharing my post! Don’t forget to check her blog out! When you enter the workplace you may find that your career becomes most of your…

Tricks and Tips To Keep Your Closet Organized

If you have followed my blog for awhile you would know that I believe that am a firm believer that clutter is a recipe for disaster. Having an unorganized space leads to an unorganized mind, which leads to an unorganized life. It may sound extreme, but it’s true. Most of us are okay at keeping…

Quotes To Guide You In The Direction Of Your Heart

Have you ever felt totally directionless in life? Like your life is moving and you are watching it go by blankly without giving much effort into where it’s going? Many of us live this way. We let our lives happen to us instead of being intentional with what we are doing and how we are…

A Shift In The Universe And A Time For Renewal

For the past couple of weeks I have felt a shift in the universe. To those who are not sensitive to energy, this may sound really strange and like some crazy woo-woo stuff. I don’t pay much attention to Mercury in retrograde or anything like that, so it’s possible that is what is occurring right…

Self Care Saturday: Leaning Into Discomfort

There are many ways to deal with uncomfortable situations, the most popular being putting your energy into something else. When discussing positivity, you may commonly hear people say that in order to think positive thoughts, you must shift your perspective to focus on the good. When you think about it, this method makes a lot…

I Went Swimming In A Cenote. Here’s Why You Should Too.

If swimming in underground caves and exploring the jungle is your thing, you may want to book a trip to Mexico ASAP. Mexico is well known for their cenotes- natural sinkholes filled with freshwater that have opened up below the earth’s surface- and yes, they are as beautiful as they sound. Cenote water is very…

Weekend In Photos: Crystals, Lamps, and Rainbow Glassware

Hey guys! I hope you guys had a great weekend! I had a pretty chill weekend. On Saturday I had lunch with my mom, sister, aunt, and cousin. It was really nice because we never meet up and get together even though they live close by. We ate at Raymonds in Ridgewood, NJ and I…

Simple Ways To Do More Good

Today I listened to a podcast on the Waking Up app with Sam Harris and William MacAskill. This is the introduction podcast in the To Do Good series. In this podcast, Harris and MacAskill talked about altruism and the importance of doing good for others. They spoke about the idea of being self made and…

5 Simple Steps To Improve Your Life In 1 Month

I have fallen into a bit of a personal development rut. Let me explain. During the more intense part of the pandemic, when I was home without an inkling of when I wouldn’t be again, I decided to go full force transform mode. Life seemed so fragile and fleeting and I wanted to make sure…

New Gallery Page: Life Through My Eyes

I am very excited to share that I have started a gallery page on my blog! I have loved photography for a long time, and haven’t had a place to really showcase the photos that I take. I realized that my blog is the perfect place for me to show off my amateur photography skills…

A Day In NYC: The West Village And The Butcher’s Daughter

There are many interesting cities in the world, but New York City is arguably the most iconic one. I have always felt so fortunate to grow up near NYC (northern New Jersey). While the hustle and bustle of the city can sometimes become a bit overwhelming to me, on some days it is the exact…

Body Image and Self Acceptance: What I Learned In My Yoga Class

For my birthday my parents gifted me with the most zen gift of all- 3 yogas classes! This gift was probably one of the most unique and exciting gifts I have ever received. For awhile, my parents were asking me what I wanted and I couldn’t think of anything. There was no “thing” I could…