On Creating An Atmosphere When You Need A Minute

Getting back into my rhythm after December was actually pretty easy, and I think I've made up for it in the last couple of weeks. Trying to balance home projects and everything else I've been up to eventually proved to be too much, and I'd fallen into a bit of a funk. However, I woke up one day, and I was fine again. My atmosphere was encouraging and inspiring, and I was really productive. Never underestimate the power of a (literal) open window and a classical music playlist. Keep your space full of things you love and find inspiring. Let it breathe, and treat it like a living entity, and remember to treat yourself the same. Listen to things that keep you happy. It'll work out. 

I don't know how this turned into yet another angsty post for the week, and there's still one conflicting post to come (I guess that's the theme this week), but I don't want to lower the tone here. I know a lot of people have down moments, and I've definitely been having one. I want to write through it here, and I want to be honest, but it's important to stay positive in the end. An inviting atmosphere makes a mood a little bit lighter, and I really stand by that.


  1. What a beautiful post!
    xx Elle

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  2. Great post ;) Bonjour from FRANCE, Sand.

  3. One of my favorite things to do is crack a window. Even when it's cold outside, there is something calming about moving stale air out and new air in.


    1. That's one of my favorite things too. I kind of love it even more when it's cold. Thanks for the comment Elizabeth!


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