Technically, it’s still summer, but I can’t be the only one noticing the first changing leaves and those first crisp winds of fall. Labor Day weekend always seems to signal the unofficial shift out of summer by giving us one last long weekend of carefree fun before we slink into our favorite sweaters and seek…Read full article →
Category: "Personal Growth"
In the case of Habitually Hopeful, absence has not necessarily made the heart grow fonder, but it certainly has grown guiltier. I can’t tell you how many times my heart sank in the last couple months. I was constantly mulling over all of my ideas in passing, but had no real time to give to…Read full article →
Do you ever wonder how certain people always seem to give good advice? Some would simply call them old souls or suggest they are wise beyond their years, but I think it is a mistake to do so. Your trusted guru may have these talents for reasons that have less to do with who they are,…Read full article →
Almost on a daily basis, I beat myself up for not writing in this blog. Trust me, it’s not for a lack of ideas, a lack of motivation, or for any of the million other excuses that people use to convince themselves not to do something. While I’d like to be updating here twice a…Read full article →
Hello. My name is Ashley, and I’m a social media addict. Don’t get me wrong, I get a lot done, but it makes me sad to think about how many times I have mindlessly clicked onto Facebook just because I couldn’t think of anything else to do. Sometimes it feels like more of a reflex…Read full article →
Most years, I forget that April Fools’ Day is coming – I’m usually the April Fool. Even if I had the foresight, I certainly don’t have the skill to pull off a prank. It’s unfortunate. But I started thinking about what it means to be a fool, and how we fool ourselves. The topic brings…Read full article →