Summer is such a blissfull time. The days are longer, warmer and we usually have more time to enjoy. I love those early summer days when you start feeling like summer is on it's way, when you start spending more time outdoors, the weather starts warming up and you start wearing your summer clothers. I don't know how to explain that feeling but for me it's one of the best time of the year, it usually brings a lot of childhood memories and it tends to bring out my inner child as I strive to relive those precious days.
In this post I'm going to share with you some of my favourite summer activities.
1-Lay in a hammoc
4-Going to the pool.
5-Going on adventures with friends.
What are your favourite things to do in summer? Please leave a comment!
Digital clutter is something that affects us all, we all have computers, smartphones, tablets and sometimes we have more than one of each. Decluttering, I believe, is a form of cleansing and healing, you let go of things that don't have a purpose or place in your life anymore and people focus so much on physical clutter that it's very easy to forget that clutter also accumulates on our devices.
I want to start my decluttering series by tackling our digital clutter, down below you will find a detailed list on how to proceed.
1. Cleaning your computer on the outside:
This can be the first step or the last depending on your preferences but seeing a clean computer will make you feel better. I must admit they can easily get quite grubby, so wipe your screens and keyboards, and make them feel like a brand-new computer.
2. Clean out your email:
I try to have an empty inbox, anything I don't need I delete and if I want to keep something I put it in an appropriate folder. I only leave something in my inbox if I'm working on it or I need to reference it.
3. Clear out Desktop:
A cluttered desktop makes finding anything impossible, put everything you don't need into its corresponding folder. Bonus: you can now see your background! So, choose a pretty or motivating one.
Another year has passed, and I am now 24 years old. I don't know why this year I'm finding it hard to believe I'm almost in my mid-twenties. I feel like I'm still in my teens and it doesn't help that everyone thinks that i'm18 and under. Secretly I love it and I know one day I will really appreciate it.
I feel like 23 has been a good year. I finished university, I started working, I am loosing those few kilos I gained in uni, I have also delved into various hobbies like knitting, cross stitch and gardening. All in all it was a good year and I look forward to see what 24 will bring.
Hopes for the year ahead:
-Get in a relationship.
-Find work-life balance.
-Finally get over my driving anxiety.
-Cherish my friends and family.
-Get into my faith more.
-Try new hobbies.
-Rediscover old ones (drawing and painting).
-Become a better woman.
-Discover new things.
Happy birthday to me!
Thank you, my lovely readers for passing by!
May is finally upon us! May has always been a sweet month for me, for one it is my birthday month, and everything feels so alive and vibrant! All the flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and you can feel mother earths presence all around.
May is also the last month of spring for me as June tends to be quite hot where I'm from, but it brings different sensations and really nice memories, especially childhood ones.
What I'm Looking Forward to...
Queen of months, supremely fair,
My name is Paula, I'm a simple person just trying a new creative outlet.