Hello friends! We’re on Random Roots 18 and already midway through November, which doesn’t feel to weird to me until I think that in just a few weeks, it’ll be December. Okay, your thoughts on listening to Christmas music before Thanksgiving? I used to be a big stickler on not, but this year I’ve been putting it on here and there since October. The nice thing about it is that I keep thinking, “It’s almost Christmas” and then remembering that I still have Thanksgiving to look forward to.
And speaking of Thanksgiving, I’m in the process of writing a post on intuitive eating/body image, etc. during the holiday season to put out next week and wanted to hear from you if there are any topics in particular I should address. Go ahead and drop a comment or shoot me an email if anything comes to mind! I appreciate it!
this lovely post on showing up really resonated with me this week.
what if I can’t love my body. this post addresses this topic so well.
I’m back on a journaling swing. I always have a journal, but the time I take to actually write in it varies widely. (By the way, this is the one I’m using at the moment and I love it. Next I might try out this one. I’ve heard good things about them for bullet journaling.) Anyways, I’m loving these bullet journaling lessons. And P.S. I’m pretty sure I’ve linked to this a couple times before, but if you’re in the business of starting a bullet journal, I highly recommend giving this post (also from the Lazy Genius blog) a read. I promise it won’t make you want to tear out your hair and give up before starting like so many other bullet journaling resources.
I didn’t mean to put in so many journaling links, but here’s just one more: three signs you’ve taken habit tracking to far. If you (like me) have a history with obsessive tracking of calories/exercise/macros/whatever, you may (like me) find yourself wanting to track all the things in your journal. This is a good reminder that that’s not always a healthy thing.
a couple insightful posts on health:
and this gem on being nourished.
and lastly, a couple of Thanksgiving recipes, for obvious reasons:
persimmon caprese salad. we always have persimmons around to snack on around Thanksgiving.
Any topics related to intuitive eating/body image and the holiday come to mind for you? Christmas music before or after Thanksgiving?
As usual, linking up for Thinking out Loud! Have a lovely rest of your week!