Let's talk about boundaries. I've heard and seen the topic of setting work boundaries come up a lot in the past few years. It's funny to think about when I entered the workforce, how the thought of "setting boundaries" was almost unheard of. Was it because fewer people were glued to their phones and taking work home with them? Was it because we know better now? Maybe it is a combination of these factors. What I do know is that somewhere in between getting married, going through a pandemic and having a child, setting work boundaries became not just something to strive for, but a necessity. I brought up a real example of my coworker's work boundary (see the email signature below) on Instagram recently, and it sparked A LOT of comments from you all. So, today I am sharing those and more about my journey with work boundaries.
Hi friends! I don't know about you but so many of the world's current events have left me feeling more drained and stressed than usual. It's hard to believe and really wrap my head around how much life as we know it has changed because of the pandemic. And, it's mind boggling that eighteen months into this there is still so much uncertainty. UGH. But today, I don't want to focus on the things that are largely out of our control. I want to share some self care ideas with you all and talk about the importance of scheduling in and planning for some self care each week.
Hi friends! I know I have professed my love for fall many times on here, but there’s just so many things I love about the season. One of them has always been fall decorations. In fact, I have been itching to decorate for fall for a few weeks now. I know. It’s only early September. But, before I could begin I did some deliberating over what exactly I wanted to do and a lot of perusing of all the affordable fall home decor out there. The good news is I found so many great affordable fall decor pieces! So, I thought I would share my finds along with how I decorated our family room for fall.