Here it comes, the month in which everybody suddenly becomes another version of a “new me”, when faced with the new year. But, according to Forbes, only 8% of people achieve their NY resolutions. So where do we go wrong? Well, if I learned something after my college years, is that I need to set my goals in a S.M.A.R.T. way (foreshadowing).Continue reading “[Productivity] How to be SMART about your goals and resolutions”
Let’s address the elephant in the room right at the beginning of the article: I am not a morning person. No matter how early I go to bed or how many mornings in a row I get up at a certain hour, I cannot develop the habit of seeing the sun rising.
I am totally joking, seeing the sunrise is not the reason for which I want to get up early in the morning. The most important reason for which I want to become a morning person is breakfast.Continue reading “[Food] How to have breakfast without waking up early”
I always try to improve myself on every level I possibly can, which means that I need to be aware of what influences me and, most important, how it does that. Following the bullet journaling trend, I started to do something similar to it, but I decided to not be that dedicated to it and to try to keep it to a sketchbook/diary level. And when I started journaling at the beginning of this year, on my first page I scribbled 5 words on which I want to focus this year, and one of them was happy.Continue reading “[Lifestyle] Hygge at home – happiness in your sanctuary”