Bullet Journaling My Way To Sanity


This post is part of an ongoing series titled Things That Have Improved Your Life.

In this series, I welcome readers of this blog to share an improvement they’ve made in their life. This improvement could be anything – from a new diet or exercise plan to a certain place visited or person they’ve met.

I then ask questions as to how their life has improved, and whether they would recommend others try to make this same thing possible in their own lives.


Bullet Journaling My Way To Society

Today’s interview takes place with Stacey Sacco.

Stacey tells us how her life improved when she started her very own bullet journal. To those who don’t know, a bullet journal is kind of like a filing cabinet for your brain. The great thing is you can set yours up in a unique way that works specifically for you – and that’s exactly what Stacey here has done.

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Taking Care of Me Makes Me a Better Mom


This post is part of an ongoing series titled Things That Have Improved Your Life.

In this series, I welcome readers of this blog to share an improvement they’ve made in their life. This improvement could be anything – from a new diet or exercise plan to a certain place visited or person they’ve met.

I then ask questions as to how their life has improved, and whether they would recommend others try to make this same thing possible in their own lives.


Today’s interview takes place with Colleen Wildenhaus.

Colleen tells us how her life began to improve when she opened up to self-care, seeking help from others and acknowledging to herself that she cannot fix everything.

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Breaking My Habit with Booze


This post is part of an ongoing series titled Things That Have Improved Your Life.

In this series, I welcome readers of this blog to share an improvement they’ve made in their life. This improvement could be anything – from a new diet or exercise plan to a certain place visited or person they’ve met.

I then ask questions as to how their life has improved, and whether they would recommend others try to make this same thing possible in their own lives.


Today’s interview takes place with Alison Wilson.

Alison describes how her life improved when she made the decision to give up drinking alcohol. She didn’t plan on this being a longterm thing, but the effects were too good to pass up on.

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Nonviolent Communication – the Language of Life


This post is part of an ongoing series titled Things That Have Improved Your Life.

In this series, I welcome readers of this blog to share an improvement they’ve made in their life. This improvement could be anything – from a new diet or exercise plan to a certain place visited or person they’ve met.

I then ask questions as to how their life has improved, and whether they would recommend others try to make this same thing possible in their own lives.


Nonviolent Communication - the Language of Life

Today’s interview takes place with Viki de Lieme.

Viki tells us how her life improved as a result of her discovering the teachings of Nonviolent Communication.

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Challenge Yourself to an Exciting Life


This post is part of an ongoing series titled Things That Have Improved Your Life.

In this series, I welcome readers of this blog to share an improvement they’ve made in their life. This improvement could be anything – from a new diet or exercise plan to a certain place visited or person they’ve met.

I then ask questions as to how their life has improved, and whether they would recommend others try to make this same thing possible in their own lives.


Reader Interviews: Challenge Yourself to an Exciting Life

Today’s interview takes place with Erika Zheng.

Erika tells us how her life started to improve when she made the decision to challenge her internal fears. She decided to do the things that were scaring her, instead of hiding away from them.

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From Illness to Total Health with one Major Shift


This post is part of an ongoing series titled Things That Have Improved Your Life.

In this series, I welcome readers of this blog to share an improvement they’ve made in their life. This improvement could be anything – from a new diet or exercise plan to a certain place visited or person they’ve met.

I then ask questions as to how their life has improved, and whether they would recommend others try to make this same thing possible in their own lives.


Today’s interview takes place with Erin Hollon.

Erin talks about how she learned to heal her body naturally and the profound effect this has had on her life as a whole.

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Depression Is Not an Option


This post is part of an ongoing series titled Things That Have Improved Your Life.

In this series, I welcome readers of this blog to share an improvement they’ve made in their life. This improvement could be anything – from a new diet or exercise plan to a certain place visited or person they’ve met.

I then ask questions as to how their life has improved, and whether they would recommend others try to make this same thing possible in their own lives.


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Today’s interview takes place with Michele Carvajal.

Michele explains how her life finally started to improve when she truly began to believe in herself for the 1st time.

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Blogging Series: Things That Have Improved Your Life

What's Your Story?
Made an improvement to your life? Share it here with us!

I’m going to be starting a new blogging series titled Things That Have Improved Your Life.

I’m looking for people who would like to talk about an improvement they’ve made in their own life. If this sounds interesting to you, please read on below and get in touch.

What’s It About?

In this series, I will be interviewing readers of this blog who have made a genuine improvement in their life. I’m going to be asking them specific questions as to what this improvement is, how it came about and whether they would recommend others try doing the same thing.

It’s going to be interesting to see what sort of responses come back from this. Maybe there will be something that we can all look to adopt in our lives for the better. Or at least give a try. After all – don’t knock it till you’ve tried it, right?

I’m definitely looking forward to trying some new things out, and seeing what sort of improvement – if any – it has on my life.

How Can I Take Part?

If this sounds like something that you want to be part of then get in touch. Check out my Contact Page and send me a message explaining that you’re interested. I’ll get back to you and we can take things from there.

Any Rules?

The only rule is this will have to be something that has genuinely improved your life, something that you can talk about in detail. This could be a new diet plan, exercise regime, product you’ve purchased, a person you’ve met, book you’ve read, habit you’ve built etc…

Get the idea?

Great.

At the end of each interview, there will be an opportunity to link back to your own blog/website or social media channels. This will be ideal for building up more of a readership yourself. The overall idea is that everyone will benefit in the end.

I’m really excited about this. I can’t wait to see what sort of things we come up with.

If you’re currently reading this and thinking to yourself I’ve made an improvement in my life by doing XYZ and I would love to share it then you should definitely take part in this. I want to hear from you.

Hope to speak to you soon.