If you’re finding yourself “doing it all” alone, you don’t have to – Reach out for help.
It’s so easy to get in the mindset of checking items off that never ending To-Do list.
Breaking things down into smaller tasks will make it easier to accept and accomplish what needs to get done.
Please release that unrealistic expectation you have of yourself. You are not perfect, you never will be and honestly who the hell wants to be?
There is no such thing as a perfectly balanced life because your life is unique. Having Balance in life may mean something totally different for you then it does to someone else. Rather than a perfectly balanced life, begin to strive for a life that leaves you happy and healthy at the end of the day.
Stop trying to “do it all”. Spend your valuable time on things that matter the most to you!
If that means you sleep in every morning and workout later. Nothing wrong with that!
If that means you start work at 11:00 am. Awesome!
If that means you don’t clean and organize your house and you hire somebody else to do it. Even better!
Ask for help. Create a life that supports your strengths and encourages you to ask for help in the areas that you struggle.
I promise you that if you begin to make decisions based on what makes you happy, your life will transform dramatically. Your time is so precious, don’t waste it doing things that bring you down and no joy.
I get some great ideas from Denise – recreate it – Make it my own!
I’m not here to reinvent the wheel . . . Just repurpose it! ~ Me
I like how Denise takes basic products from say the Dollar store or Walmart and turns them into Luxury! We all can do this, I challenge you to find a simple product from the Dollar General, or Walmart, or Target, or wherever you shop – take a picture of it – then, turn it into a creation of Luxurious Charm and Beauty – post the finalize product. Then, pay it forward – give it to someone that would greatly appreciate some real Beauty in their life this Holiday Season.
Enjoy . . . Her DIYs are very simple – can be done in an afternoon.
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If you will be hosting people in your home over the holidays, the first thing you want to focus on is making their bedroom as comfortable as possible. This is the space that your guests are going to make themselves at home, so it’s important to make it cozy and welcoming.
Here are a few things to help make the room inviting:
Outfit the bed with comfortable sheets, blankets, and pillows – and if possible, don’t use old, worn bedding from years gone by. Just like you enjoy quality bedding in a hotel, plan to provide that for your guests, too. You may want to invest in a set of Egyptian cotton sheets for your guest room, and provide 2 pillows per guest (I’d suggest one fiberfill and one feather-filled.) Cover the bed with a medium weight blanket or comforter, and store extra blankets in the closet for those chilly nights.
Bedside lamps are a must. If your guest is a late-night reader, providing soft lamp lighting is much nicer than one bright overhead light in the room.
Post your WiFi network name and password in the guest room. In this tech-y day and age, your guests will most definitely want to tap in to your WiFi on their phones, computers, and tablets, so make it as easy as possible for them to do so.
A welcome basket of treats, snacks, and small toiletry items is a lovely way to say “We’re So Glad You’re Here!” I save all the small toiletry items from my hotel visits and bring them home to share with my own guests.
Fresh flowers add a beautiful touch to any room. Even a single flower in a small vase adds can add a dash of freshness, and this little touch will not go unnoticed.
Provide extra hangers in the closet and ample space to hang clothing. If there’s not enough room for a suitcase, an extra chair, ottoman, or suitcase rack solves that problem.
Place a few bottles of water on the nightstand, so your guests don’t have to venture to the kitchen at night.
Add a nightlight in the hallway and near the guest bathroom to help make a middle-of-the-night restroom visit less treacherous.
Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl
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