Life is full of stuff. Stuff we get caught up in because we think it matters. Social media expectations of the way that things should be. But at the end of the day all that stuff is often a distraction from what really matters. And so you have to learn to overcome it. No matter … Continue reading Overcoming stuff
In the age of social media it's easy to overshare. You can go from sharing behind the scenes of your business, hobby or creative work to showing people what you ate for breakfast, how you ruined your manicure and asking for suggestions for your new hair colour. For some people, it works, they like sharing … Continue reading Value and oversharing online
If you're someone that regularly consumes content online you've probably noticed that right now there is more stuff than ever. More photo's and videos than you even have the energy to consume, it's overwhelming. Some days people are all sharing the same thing, telling you what you should think, telling you what you shouldn't be … Continue reading Temporary excess
When you interact with someone that is in a bad mood or is angry you might find at the end of it that you feel bad too. That's what happens when you take on other peoples stuff. It might seem that when someone directs anger and frustration towards you that you have to take it … Continue reading Other peoples stuff
We're all just doing our best which is something that we often forget and it might be the reason why we're often so quick to judge others. We so easily get caught up in our own world, our own challenges, experiences and struggles that we don't consider everyone else is going through things too. You … Continue reading Sonder, struggles and stuff
There's a lesson in almost everything. How much stuff are you holding onto that doesn't feel good. Think about who or what you're following on social media, what are you subscribed to, the contents of your closet or home space. How does it make you feel? If it doesn't feel good, why not? Furthermore, why … Continue reading Everything must go!
In the 7 years that I've been blogging, I've had multiple sites but never ran more than one at a time. I was always starting over every 18 months or so with this idea of how the new blog would be 'so much better' than it's predecessor. I found myself struggling with wanting to express … Continue reading Everything, apart from stuff