3 Must-Have Books To Find Inner Peace

Whether it’s through Audible or a physical copy of the book, these three reads changed my perspective and brought me closer to inner peace. When I started blogging, I realized I wanted to get back to the core of myself. How else could I begin to feel authentic if I was just to half-ass my […]

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4 Ways To Overcome Blogger’s Block

Blogger’s Block happens to all of us. It’s more than just a writer’s block. It’s feeling stuck on every aspect of blogging. Engagement, Traffic, SEO, Social Media, Posts, Pics, Layout, Design, Fonts … the list is literally never-ending. Having recently launched a shop and have had an abundance of ideas a few weeks back I […]

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“Your anger knows you deserve to be treated well, and with kindness.”

“Your anger is the part of you that knows your mistreatment and abuse are unacceptable. Your anger knows you deserve to be treated well, and with kindness. Your anger is a part of you that LOVES you.” Take in, I came across this on Twitter. (S/O to Lyndsey Gallant’s therapist) I’ve touched on my own […]

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The Grateful 8: Ways To Have More Control Over Your Worries

“If you spend your time hoping that it doesn’t rain tomorrow, you are wasting your time. Your thoughts don’t change the rain. You will someday come to see that there is no use for that incessant internal chatter, and there is no reason to constantly attempt to figure everything out.” If this paragraph from Michael […]

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“Where your mind leads, your body follows”

Where your mind leads, your body follows I started thinking the other day while reading a paper on the physiological affects of stress and anxiety, why it is that I have good days and bad days. Of course it’s perfectly normal to have bad days, sad days, even lay in bed and don’t talk to […]

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Feeling Impatient is Wasted Energy

Even while writing this post, I feel impatient. How do I get writer’s block the moment I sit down to write? As always my post is centred around a specific quote or concept that seems to help me unwind some of my own anxieties or troubles from the past. This post is like the nitty-gritty, […]

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On New Beginnings

On New Beginnings: “To Begin Is Enough – There Is A Boldness In Beginning” Before I start this post, let me be so clear in saying that even if you aren’t trying new things or picking up new skills during this pandemic does not mean you’ve fallen behind or are not doing something good for […]

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Vegan Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

Vegan Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins This super simple vegan muffin recipe can be twist and turned for all of your own guilty pleasures! Want some oats? Throw some in! Want some brown sugar! Go ahead and throw that in there as well! I love to use recipes like this as as starting point to explore […]

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Vegan Crêpes

Vegan Crêpes Even though I’m not vegan all year round, I eat vegan during times of Lent in the Orthodox Christian calendar, and sometimes genuinely prefer vegan recipes to non-vegan. Happy Baking! Disclaimer: Please note, that the information provided by TheWorryingWife, or through links to other sites, is not a substitute for medical or professional […]

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