If I could buy everyone in my life a book for Christmas, I would. You see, I’m all for self-improvement and books are just a natural go-to for me. They have the power to provide inspiration, knowledge, hope, healing, and spiritual guidance. Many books have come into my life and precipitated great . . .
Winters in Canada can be pretty harsh. Like, -35 degrees Celsius harsh. Imagine that temperature with a gusty wind. *teethchatter* More often than not, I’d rather be curled up with a great book, warm and cozy socks, and a cup of mint tea than be out in that blustery frigid mess. But alas, one does . . .
You’re probably thinking, happiness?! What’s that? Come on Michelle, who really gets to be happy in life? Work is often a frustration, then there’s rush hour traffic, there’s not enough hours in a day to get everything done, and, when the poop really hits the fan, your idea of productivity is . . .
There’s nothing comparable to a beautiful scent wafting through the air while doing something creative. I’m known to light a candle for my daily writing sessions and while relaxing in the tub on Sundays. Candles provide a calming effect while doing battle with a blank page or decompressing from your . . .