Happy weekend friends (fun fact, this post was started on Friday with a goal to be posted on Saturday and now its Sunday evening…whoops.)! We are officially one month into this stay at home, social distancing life. How are we all holding up? All my mamas out there who are helping their littles with distance learning? How you all doing?? I’m not gonna lie, I’m struggling in so many ways.
What’s this? What is “All Good Things?”
A new series? Ish.
I have a little pet project in the works that I’m cooking up that will eventually result in a weekly/biweekly newsletter type piece (these are some of my FAVORITE content pieces that I read these days. Inspiration? Weekly Page. Girls Night In Club. Hitha’s Smart Reads. I think I’ve already shared that I LOVE sharing my favorite things but I have so many favorite things that I can’t dedicate my blog to ALL of them, but I can share snippets of each in a newsletter type format. So while I build my list, I’m going to share it as a weekly feature here in a little four-section, curated list.
Grace shared things for introverts to do during Quarantine. Introverts unite!
Don’t know about you, but I’m all about decluttering while I’m in my house 24/7. Love these suggestions from The Every Girl.
Anyone as obsessed with the Royals as I am? This is a great read on Princess Anne.
Coronavirus is a disaster for feminism. We should all be worried about this.
OMG. I want to read all these YA novels.
Is the news overwhelming anyone else? This is coming from a general newsjunkie. Here’s how to handle it.
How all of us working parents can support one another.
So Good deeds – in this series – are ways to help out in the community. Whether political or service-oriented, I have always been drawn to giving back to the community and doing right by others. I want to highlight the good things that OTHERS are doing lest we be inspired.
Since I’m not shy about my retail therapy tendencies, I loved Glamour featuring brands that were giving back. I also loved seeing a whole bunch of moms in my local Mom group sending coffee to our local hospital ICU/ER.
Good for You
Start a coronavirus diary, here’s why. I’ve recently started bullet journaling to get some of my thoughts down. I also, for the first time in over a year, sat down yesterday and wrote in my actual journal. I had a lot of feelings that I had to get out and nothing is more cathartic for me than a good cry and putting feelings on paper.
Now is a great time to find your virtual fitness tribe.
Finally, how to create a sound bedtime routine.
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