join the 70 day rhythm reboot
It's time to bring joy into the mundane
& rhythms into the days of chaos.
wake up. get ready quickly. commute. clock in. scroll in between tasks. catch up on stories during lunch. come home. eat dinner. scroll again. turn on the tv. you're too tired to do anything else. go to bed. repeat.
does that sound familiar?
me, too. it is so easy to let days go by. to get lost in the mundane. feel too tired, or distracted, to do the things you want to be doing with your day. like the habits to establish, or slow moments to enjoy. & it's so easy stay in the cycle... it feels familiar. the scrolling is always a reliable escape. the habits are hard to stick to.
it's so much easier to be a product of the stressful to-do list of your day... but it doesn't have to be that way.
it's time to reclaim the joy in the day-to-day.
to find rhythms that serve you.
to be fully present.
to enjoy the slow tasks of your day.
to make better choices for your health.
to set better tech boundaries for yourself.
to be better at managing your time.
you may not be able to control how your day plays out, but I believe there's a way to make your micro-decisions count for something positive. to feel better about how your busy days go, and to be present on your slow days, too.
so, if you're somewhere between feeling like life is going 100 MPH in survival mode, while simultaneously getting lost in the mundane of doing the same things every day, you're in the right place. let's reclaim our days together.
My journey started back in 2015 with a slew of health issues (which now present itself in a few chronic illnesses) that led me to a deep spiral into learning about ways to take my health into my own hands. finding brands that are clean. taking nutrition seriously. focusing on keeping my stress low (keeps inflammation low). creating rhythms in each day that help my mentally and physically.... that's what brings me to now. i'm still learning! and sharing what i have learned since this whole thing started.
2022 me is in a much better place (still got a ways to go, though). i'm now a work from home mom makin the most of each day.
In my spare time you can find me... Read more →