Has someone ever recommended journaling (maybe it was us!) and you thought, nope, not for me! I don’t have time for that! Or That will never work!
We get it.
If you haven’t journaled before (or it’s been a while), it may seem like just another item on your to-do list that won’t get done.
But hear us out. If you do one thing this year to make your life better, we really think you should try journaling.
There’s a lot going on in the world right now and many of us are feeling anxious, confused and flat-out scared.
In addition to everything we’re doing to deal with this current pandemic, we all do so much. Too much at times. We give to work and family. We manage homes, meals, pet vet appointments and still make time to lend a supportive ear to friends.
Having good friends who you can vent to when you’re having a bad day, or round-up for some fun on a random weekend, is invaluable.
These days, so many of us are craving more people we can connect with. Sure, we have hundreds of social media buddies, but not a lot of the “you can call me whenever you need anything — even if it’s 4:00 am” type BFF’s.
As a longtime fan of Sex and the City I was thrilled for the opportunity to interview Candace Bushnell. But I never imagined I’d walk away so inspired or in awe of her tenacious journey. Meet the real Carrie Bradshaw and the story of her tumultuous-turned-triumphant career as a writer and influencer of pop culture…