Stuff. We all have too much of it. Have a look at the guide below, curated our pals at Less to help you find the mojo you need to refresh your home.
It starts early. Technically, you should’ve started mid-way through last January as last year’s resolutions started to crumble. Nonetheless, family dinner on Christmas is a great place to begin. While everyone is going around sharing life updates, you start to feel a niggling sense of inadequacy. What did you even do this year?
This is the spark.
That’s it, you resolve- next year will be different.
December is that interesting time of year, where even if your love language isn’t “gifts”, there is an unspoken, yet totally tangible pressure to express our love via presents.
Now, I could harp on you for gifting presence over presents, but let’s be honest- it wouldn’t really go over well if any of us were to show up at our Secret Santa swap empty handed. On another note- if I’m spilling the truth tea, we’re all adults (shocker). If there’s something we actually want within that $30 limit, we would probably just buy it. I don’t know about you, but I live in a glorified, although very-cute and minimalist-mid-century-esque, shoebox. Apartments are small and aint nobody got space for another mug.
What do you think about when you think of the gut? Food getting broken down? Digestion? Funny noises when you're hungry? You definitely aren’t alone. We’ve been brought up thinking of our belly and guts as their own system. We eat food, it goes into our bellies, gets digested and moves through our system and out the back end. Did you ever think that our guts could be connected to our brain?