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3 Affordable Skincare Products You Have to Try

3 Affordable Skincare Products You Have to Try

3 Affordable Skincare Products You Have to Try

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Read the previous post here: Protective Styling

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Join The ME Project. Today’s post is all about skin care. It plays an important role in our health and also how we feel about ourselves. Depending on its importance to you, it may be a part of your self-care routine.

See also: Create a Self-Care Toolkit

Buying products for your skin, shouldn’t break the bank. We should all be able to find great products that produce wonderful results without a heavy price tag. There should always be a happy medium. I’ll be sharing my review of three affordable skincare products that work for me and where you can buy them.

 

St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub

St Ives fresh skin
Link to Amazon, Walmart

I have oily-combination skin on my face. And that seems like a simple term, but for me it’s quite complex. My forehead and the area around my nose try to compete with the sun to see who can shine the most. While my chin and cheeks dry out in the desert.

I’ve found that using the St. Ives facial scrub kind of sets me back at one. My skin is not too dry and not too oily. But I will only use it twice a week at most. If I try and use it more than that I find that it irritates my skin. And it causes me to get bumps that develop into pimples.

3 Affordable Skincare Products You Have to Try- It plays an important role in how we feel about ourselves. But buying skincare shouldn't break the bank.

I truly enjoy this scrub and I’ve been using it for years. But I think each individual has to figure how to use it to make it work best for them.

 

7thHeaven Black Seaweed Peel-Off mask

7th heaven black seaweed

Link to Walmart

This mask contains Sea Salt, Lava Seaweed, and Sea Buckthorn as some of its main components. As I was waiting for this mask to dry, I looked up why these ingredients were included. While regular salt is known to be drying, sea salt helps with the skin’s hydration. Seaweed itself is high in nutrients and a great component to add to your diet. It’s a great antioxidant so it can help keep your skin clear. Sea Buckthorn is great for anti-aging by giving nourishment to your skin.

On the back of the mask, the directions stated to:

  • Cleanse Face
  • Apply Mask 
  • Wait 20-25 minutes
  • Peel Off

I didn’t use any special technique to apply the mask, I honestly just used my fingers. But I did pay special attention to make sure I didn’t get it on my eyebrows or in my hair. After 25 minutes, the mask was still tacky in some spots so I gave it an extra five minutes to dry. Now the smell reminds me of the bubbles I used to play with as a child, but I think it may just be the seaweed. The mask does slightly tingle on the skin, but I found it relaxing.

Garnier SkinActive Soothing Cleansing Milk

Garnier skinactive cleansing milkLink to Amazon, Walmart

First of all, let me just say, that I didn’t know what a “cleansing milk” was before using this. So I learned something new. I had to go to handy-dandy Google to figure out what that meant. But if you are as clueless as me, it basically means it’s meant to moisturize and cleanse at the same time.

I really appreciate that it’s made out of 98% naturally derived ingredients and that it lists them on the back, what they are, and where they come from. I’ve had some products before that I had no idea what I was reading when I looked at the ingredient list. But then I realized that it reflected badly on me if I didn’t know what I was putting in or on my body. So now I try to pay more attention to the ingredient list, and what’s listed first is usually what it contains the most of. This cleansing milk lists: purified water, coconut, corn, soybean, and rose as its first five ingredients and I’m not mad at that.

3 Affordable Skincare Products You Have to Try- It plays an important role in how we feel about ourselves. But buying skincare shouldn't break the bank.

The directions are to apply to your skin dry, massage gently, then rinse off. I did use it twice, just to make sure I removed all my makeup. It was more of a reassurance for me than anything else. I used a quarter sized amount both times and that’s really all you need for your whole face.

The consistency reminds me of one of the Olay cream cleansers. It’s creamy, but it’s not thick, it’s almost like a lotion or a moisturizer. I do like the scent of this. When it comes to perfumes and candles I tend to stick to fruity and citrus scents, I love the smell of lemon, I think it smells quite clean. I don’t mind the scent of this product. The rose water isn’t overbearing, but it does add an air of freshness.


As always, let me know what you think in the comments below. Don’t forget to follow me on Social Media. Check out The CoUnity to read more about it and learn how you can become a member.

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Protective Styling

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Protective Styling

Originally Posted October 11th, 2017
Previous post from the series

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Join The ME Project. Today’s post, Protective Styling is a continuation to the Tackle That Fro series. You will learn a little more about me and my preference for protective styles when it comes to my natural hair. I hope you enjoy.

Before going natural, getting my hair braided was a struggle for me. I used to be quite tender-headed and the whole hair braiding process was not enjoyable to me and I know it probably wasn’t fun for the person braiding my hair either. I was the type to tighten up my shoulders, tense up my neck, basically fight against having my head moved or positioned. I had this spot right smack dab in the middle of my head, and when the hair braider hit that I would wiggle and squirm like a worm.

Check out the Tackle That Fro, Pinterest Board! Simply click the photo.

Pinterest board

I am so thankful that I got over that because I used to get my box braids done like every few months. They were my go-to protective style. In natural hair terms, a protective style just means that your hair is styled in a way that doesn’t require regular, sometimes daily, manipulation or “styling”. I realized very early on in my natural hair journey that I would need get better at my hair regime. The hairstyles that I was doing weren’t lasting very long.

Learn more about my natural hair journey and my preference for protective styles. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

I honestly felt that I had my hands in my hair too much. My hands were getting tired and my hair was tired. At the time of my TWA, I was styling my hair just about every day. Events just happen to coincide that I would be having knee surgery and be in a brace for months while doing physical therapy. We got in contact with a friend of my mother’s and set up an appointment for box braids.

I decided on box braids for two reasons:

  • One- The 70s and 90s are my two favorite eras and I love the Poetic Justice box braids. My style has always been a mix of the two times periods. If I was going to do a protective style, I wanted it to be something that would fit me and be something that I was comfortable with.

Janet Jackson poetic justice protective stylingJanet Jackson poetic justice protective styling

  • Two- I had tried other styles before and I didn’t like them as well. When I was a sophomore in high school, I got Micro braids and it was the worst decision I ever made. I didn’t know how to take care of them, didn’t know how to take them out, and they ended up doing more harm than good. I’d also gotten Kinky Twists before, and while I liked the style. I don’t think it looked good on my face it’d that makes sense. I would like to try a wig, but I haven’t found one I like yet.

Getting box braids was the best decision I made, not only because I didn’t have to worry about my hair while I recovered from surgery but my hair got a break. It was able to grow without the constant manipulation and during that time, I was able to learn what my hair needed. And I don’t want to make it seem that a protective style is just box braids. A protective style, in my own words is a hair vacation from the constant stress of heat and daily styling.

Protective styling

After the knee surgery talked about previously, I’ve gone on to have a couple more. And I was doing physical therapy to prevent another surgery. For each of these cases, I’ve gotten and currently have box braids. In all honesty, it helps me focus on healing and not having to worry about my hair. Because who’s got time to do a twist out right now?

So for this Tackle That Fro, I want to hear your story? Do you protective style? And if you do protective style, what is your favorite, or what is a style that you won’t ever do again? Let me know, I’m curious.

Don’t forget to follow me on Social Media. And check out The CoUnity page to learn how you can become a member. Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Learn more about my natural hair journey and my preference for protective styles. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

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Why I’m Relaunching the Blogger Series

Why I’m Relaunching the Blogger Series

Originally Posted November 9th, 2017
Read the previous post here: Taste of HOME| Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Join The ME Project. Today’s post is going to be an announcement and a culmination of some ideas that have been floating around in my head for a while now.

A Bit of a History Lesson

In, Let Me Reintroduce Myself, I discussed my old blog name, PAE Reviews and how Join The ME Project (known as just the mE project) at the time, was just a side project.

See also: About Join The ME Project

I thought it would be a great idea to go back and break down the original meaning of Join The ME Project. Doing so not only to educate to new subscribers but to add a level of understanding of why I’m restarting an old project.

Want to learn my reason why. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

What does ME stand for?

In the very beginning, ME was an acronym for the words motivate, encourage, and energize. Over time, energize was dropped because of how the name was stylised (from mE to ME).

I started blogging September 14, 2017. My blog was Pae Reviews and initially all I did was post reviews. Overtime I evolved as a blogger and I met others who became a great support system.

It was during this time that I created Join The ME Project. Motivation & Encouragement mean a lot to me. And I wanted to create a platform around that. – Let Me Reintroduce MyselfJoin The ME Project

Want to learn my reason why. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

What is Join The ME Project?

Why I’m Relaunching the Blogger Series

My goal is to create content that’s motivational, and encouraging (ME)It’s very easy to get distracted by our responsibilities and daily schedules that we forget about ourselves. I hope that this series helps inspire everyone (me included) to slow down sometimes and remember why we do the things we do.

Now, Join The ME Project has built itself up and has flourished with its own community. My goals are to keep this growth going and to connect with like-minded individuals. I want to support as many people as possible and use my platform. – About Join The ME ProjectJoin The ME Project

What Do You Think

First of all, I would love to hear what you think about this. Please let me know in the comments below. Second, if you have an idea for a post just leave it in the comments below and I will definitely do it.

Are You Interested?

Third, I would love to interview some of you and write a post about your blogging story for this. If you would be interested in that, just fill out the contact form or you can also email me at info@jointhemeproject.com

If we have done an interview in the past, I will be contacting you soon.

 

Contact

The Future

In the future, I would love to have guest posts for this. But my other ideas are: blog shoutouts, and more tips & tricks.

Least but Not Last

The CoUnity

I would be doing a disservice if I forgot to mention The CoUnity. You can follow and become a member on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook. New to the group is our ✨Instagram Highlight✨ Once a week, I pick a member to feature on my Instagram account.

I’ve been able to do this three times so far, and I would love to pick this back up again.

Read Let’s Build a Community!, for more information.

Sara

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Taste of HOME| Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen

Taste of HOME

Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen

Originally Posted September 16, 2017
Read the previous post here: The Big Chop & TWA

I don’t think there are enough words in the English dictionary for me to explain how much I love Cheddar’s. I always go hungry and leave feeling like I’m going to epically explode but there’s always a smile on my face.

The area I live in is what’s called a tri-state area. So I live in Ohio, who can reach out and poke West Virginia, and West Virginia talks to Kentucky on the weekends. And they all get together once a month for dinner (does that make sense? Okay, moving on). Because the states are so close, we often travel to Kentucky for dinner and shopping. This particular Cheddar’s is located in Ashland, Kentucky.

The Menu

The menu honestly isn’t complex, but that’s why I like it. Most of the people that enter restaurants are seriously hungry so they don’t want to spend a lot of time staring at pages and pages of a menu. I’ve worked food service, so it’s also awkward to have to stare at people staring at pages and pages of a menu while they try to figure out what they want to it. Their menu gets straight to the point and plays no games.

I always go hungry and leave with a smile on my face. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

The Food

During this particular visit, we started off with an appetizer. We got the Chips & Homemade Queso without the seasoned ground beef. I liked it a lot so I wonder how it would have been with the beef added. The salsa that came with it wasn’t exactly my favorite but my mother and our friend enjoyed it. The price for this appetizer is $4.99 and I think that is fair for the amount of food you get.

Chips and queso

Now, I have to tell on myself a bit. I am a creature of habit and it’s something that I’m trying to knock myself out of. When I go to a restaurant, I tend to order the same thing over and over again. I’m going to do better though, especially now that I have this blog. My mom and I ordered the Grilled Baja Chicken and our friend got a half rack of the House Smoked Baby Back Ribs.

Grilled baja chicken

I can’t speak personally for our friend, although she seemed to really enjoy her food. But the Grilled Baja Chicken is one of my favorite dishes. I’m always surprised by how big the portions are, the sheer amount of food simply amazing me. You can tell the food is seasoned well and made fresh. The half rack of the House Smoked Baby Back Ribs (sides included) will run you $11.79.

 

Half rack

Since updating this post, Cheddar’s no longer has the Grilled Baja Chicken on the Menu. But I was able to find a similar recipe in Better Homes & Gardens.

Link to: Better Homes & Gardens: Spicy Grilled Chicken with Baja Black Beans and Rice

Extras & Dessert

If you ever have a chance to go to Cheddar’s, don’t miss an opportunity to get a Honey Butter Croissant. It sounds so simple, and a matter of fact it is. It simply is a croissant with honey butter on it. But your taste buds will thank you, and then, you will thank me. You can get 3 for $2.99 and I suggest you do or you may lose a friend or a finger.

Related Post: How to Make| Kentucky Cream Pie

To wrap up this post we have to talk about their desserts. This last visit in August was the first time that I had tried their desserts. My mom and I got the Hot Fudge Cake Sundae (us getting the same thing once again was not intentional) and our friend got the Seasonal Crisp A La Mode. Now mind you, my expectations were not that high. In my mind, I was somewhat visualizing desserts the same size as Applebee’s shooters. So when the waitress sat down this mammoth of a plate, I thought I was going to lose my mind.

Cake

I literally starred at the plate for 30 seconds before I asked the waitress, “If a slice of the cake is this big. How big is the actual cake?” She never answered my questioned though, she just kept laughing at me. I actually couldn’t finish it and had to take the rest home. This cake is rich without being sickly sweet and I love it with all my heart.

Overall rating for Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen 5/5

As always, let me know what you think in the comments below. Don’t forget to follow me on Social Media. And check out The CoUnity page to learn how you can become a member.

I always go hungry and leave with a smile on my face. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

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The Big Chop & TWA

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The Big Chop & TWA

Originally posted October 3rd, 2017
Previous posts from the series:
At first, I started to stretch the time in between my relaxers. Then I just stopped with the relaxers completely so I could transition from relaxed to natural. I’d been told to clip my hair a little each month. I had friends that had gone that route and they did it so they wouldn’t lose the length of their hair. So as their new growth grew out, they would cut off the relaxed straight hair.

I was doing that for awhile and I just got impatient with the whole process. I’ve never been one to worry about that. I’ll get a pixie cut in a minute. So I gradually started cutting my hair during the period of a week. Then I finally went to a salon and got it completely cut off. So I transitioned for six months and I big chopped June 25, 2015.- No More Relaxers!Join The ME Project

The Big Chop

I stated in the previous article that I went the route of doing a big chop instead of transitioning my hair. At the time, it felt like the right decision for me and more so, because I’m an all or nothing type of girl. In my mind, I was thinking, “You’ve made the decision to go natural, so let’s go natural!” I didn’t want to invest in the time it would take to transition my hair from relaxed to natural when I could simply chop off all of the relaxed hair and BE natural.

The big chop

Hair Care & Products?

In hindsight, my thinking was sound. But I admit now that I was impatient and I should have taken more time to learn not only about my hair but the care it would need. I’ve heard that some have gone through a “hair-crisis” after the B.C. That wasn’t necessarily the case for me. When I graduated high school I cut my chin-length hair into a pixie cut, so the length (or not having a length) of my hair didn’t bother me. My problem was I didn’t have the right products or knowledge that I needed.

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I remember the leaving the salon the day of my BC (big chop) and going into a Walgreens. I stared at their ethnic hair product selection in utter confusion. I didn’t know what I was supposed to get. I didn’t know of the LOC method or pre-poos, I barely knew what a deep conditioner was. I remember grabbing a cheap Suave conditioner, some sort of detangling spray and heading to the counter.

Knowledge is Power

After some initial stumbling and falling, I started to figure things out. Styling at this point was really nonexistent for me, but I found that moisture was key. Before the BC, I could hide my face behind my relaxed hair and my glasses. Living life with a TWA really brought the focus back on my face. It helped me get comfortable with myself and find ways to express myself and try things that I hadn’t thought of before.

Want to learn my big chop experience? Interested in reading my thoughts on having a TWA? Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

Believe it or not, but this was my first time trying lipstick. I knew that with the focus off of my hair, I could get away with trying something different, so lipstick it was. After trying lipstick, I bought funkier jewelry. I was already a jewelry lover before my BC, but afterward, I felt that I could get away with wearing bigger earrings.

Time

But just like with anything, hair takes time. You do get the benefit of growing your hair out as one even length and texture when you BC but don’t expect magical results. Your hair will still grow at the rate your hair normally grows. I made the mistake at the beginning of comparing my journey against the youtube videos I was seeing online. Until one day, I realized that we are all different. Sometimes hair does best when it is just left alone, and that’s where protective styling comes into play. I’ll talk more about that next time.

Want to learn my big chop experience? Interested in reading my thoughts on having a TWA? Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

As always, let me know what you think in the comments below. Don’t forget to follow me on Social Media. Head over to The CoUnity page to find out how you can become a member.

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No More Relaxers!

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No More Relaxers!

Originally Posted: September 23, 2017
Read the previous post here: March 2019| Popular Quotes of the Month

I don’t even know where to start this story from, should it be: the middle, the beginning, the end? Have you ever tried or done something that you didn’t know was bad for you until later but somehow you continue to do it for awhile before you quit? If your answer is yes, then you feel my pain. If your answer is no, that’s okay just keep reading and hopefully, you will understand.

My Beginning with Relaxers

I remember my first relaxer being a, Just For Me Relaxer, but I don’t remember how old I was. I know I was quite young, I was so young that I didn’t know what to do with my hair. And the crazy thing about it is from the Youtube videos and articles that I’ve read about black women they don’t know why they got a relaxer either. It’s a tradition or a doctrine was passed down from mother to daughter that that’s what you did after a certain age. And to be truthful, that’s basically what it is.

Society in the 60s & 70s

My mother was a child in the 60’s, in her teenage years by the 70’s. And at that time there was such societal pressure for black women to fit in with the rest (the same can be said for today). I can say from experience that natural hair definitely makes you stand out.

But during that time, they were told, “Your hair would look so much prettier if it was straight.”, “You look unkempt with your hair like that.” Words like these influenced some of them to blend in and that influence trickled down to later generations.

Add Chemicals but No TLC

The problem with me was that my hair was chemically straightened, but it wasn’t necessarily being taken care of. I have to be honest, my mom is not a hairdresser and she didn’t know what to do with my hair. When an attempt was made, my hair ended up in a bun or ponytail smack dab in the middle of my head and that’s all she wrote. Soon, a friend of my mom started to braid my hair (and interestingly enough she still does my box braids to this day.)

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Years went by and I got older, but unfortunately, I was still uneducated when it came to what my hair needed. During my early teenage years, I would go to the salon and get it done. But I had no clue about what upkeep my hair needed in-between visits. I look back now and I cringe ya’ll, I’m cringing.

There was even a time I got blonde highlights and afterward I couldn’t figure out why my hair broke off. Let me tell you what took the cake, what do you get when you mix old microbraids, new growth, and a super relaxer. You get a straight-up disaster, that’s what you get!

Micro Braids Disaster!

In high school, I got micro braids, something I will never get again. I remember it was a 9-hour process and I had two women working on my head at the same time. So I sat in a chair with very few breaks, acting like a human seesaw and at this time I was quite tender headed.

Learn about my hair journey transitioning from relaxers to natural. Many mistakes were made. But maybe you can learn from my example. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

I left the braids in for too long, and another problem was that I didn’t know how to take them out properly. Add on the super relaxer and well my hair fell out bad. I remember being in the shower watching my hair come out in clumps.

Would you yell at me if I told you that this wasn’t my relaxer finale? If you want to yell at me that’s okay, because this wasn’t the end. After the super relaxer fiasco, I went to the salon and got a haircut and continued on this destructive path.

Health Change, New Perspective

When I turned 20, my health changed a little bit, this caused me to start paying attention to what I eat and my daily activities. Around this same time, my sister went natural and she would always tell me about her progress. My sister is, in fact, my older sister, so she never asked if I wanted to go natural, she just told me to do it. That’s the type of relationship we have.

At first, I started to stretch the time in between my relaxers. Then I just stopped with the relaxers completely so I could transition from relaxed to natural. I’d been told to clip my hair a little each month.

Learn about my hair journey transitioning from relaxers to natural. Many mistakes were made. But maybe you can learn from my example. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

I had friends that had gone that route and they did it so they wouldn’t lose the length of their hair. So as their new growth grew out, they would cut off the relaxed straight hair. I was doing that for awhile and I just got impatient with the whole process.

I’ve never been one to worry about length. I’ll get a pixie cut in a minute. So I gradually started cutting my hair during the period of a week. Then I finally went to a salon and got it completely cut off. So I transitioned for six months and I big chopped June 25, 2015.


As always, let me know what you think in the comments below.

Read the previous, Tackle That Fro post: Tackle That Fro, Natural Hair Series

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March 2019| Popular Quotes of the Month

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March 2019

Popular Quotes of the Month

Read the previous post here: Tackle That Fro, Natural Hair Series

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Join The ME Project. Here we are again at the beginning of a new month. I thought it would be great to look back and do a review of the quotes posted to the JTMP Instagram for the month of March.

Quotes from the Month of March

01

Reset refocus

Quote: ”Reset. Refocus. Readjust. Restart. As many times as you need to.”- Unknown

Comment:Take a moment and think about what this quote means for you.⁣⁣ It’s quite common in today’s society to set limits. You only get so many chances or at a certain age, you should have accomplished a certain amount of things. But are these things realistic?⁣⁣ Don’t be afraid to break apart from the mold and do what’s best for you and yours.⁣⁣

02


Mistakes

Quote: ”Take the mistakes from the past and turn them into lessons for the present.”⁣

Comment: This quote is from my most recent post, Breaking Down January & February Stats.⁣ The question of the day: have you learned a lesson from a recent mistake?⁣

03

Instant success

Quote: ”Instant success doesn’t happen, and if it does, then it isn’t worth it.”⁣

Comment: We live in a 🌎  where instant gratification is common and expected. But how often do the results of such things play out well?⁣ Wouldn’t it be better if we worked for what we want? The time and effort would guarantee nothing is taken for granted.⁣

04

Set limit

Quote: ”Admitting that you have a set limit is not a weakness. It just means that you are aware of what your body needs.”⁣

Comment: Do you know your limits?⁣ To me, limits, are what we will allow ourselves to handle. Anything above a set limit is too much. After reaching your limit, it is good to take a break from the situation or the event.⁣ Read the rest of the article, Knowing Your Limits

05

Simple things

Quote: ”The simple things are also the most extraordinary things, and only the wise can see them.”-Unknown⁣⁣

Comment: Would you say this quote is true? ⁣Are you aware of your surroundings and the simple things in life? ⁣

06

Les mis

Quote: ”Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.” -Les Misérables⁣

Comment: Sometimes we go through situations that feel like they are never going to end. It may be physical, mental, or emotional. ⁣It’s okay to admit to those bad days. Because those bad days will end.⁣

07

Strength

Quote: “Strength is what we gain from the madness we survive.” -Unknown

Comment: Madness becomes strength. Or you could say that strength can be found in madness.⠀

Examples:⠀

• Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde⠀

• The Mad Hatter⠀

• The Incredible Hulk⠀

Can you think of any?

08

One step

Quote: ”One step at a time or one breath at a time.”⁣

Comment: Pain, no matter the form can become all-encompassing. My grandmother used to say that pain distorts the character.⁣ It’s important to pause and take whatever time you need to heal and regroup. Develop a self-care routine.⁣ Living with a chronic illness is difficult but it’s not impossible. We are strong because we endure.⁣

09

Meraki

Quote: Meraki [may•rah•kee] (v.) – to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put yourself in your work.

Comment: Keeping this Greek word in mind, have you ever felt this way about anything?⁣ And if so, are you still doing it? ⁣One of the best ways to remain healthy is to replace our negative habits with good. In most cases, we think we need to drop what makes us happy because it takes up too much of our time.⁣ And when we do, we find we’ve dropped what kept us active. Avoid all of this by remembering meraki. Don’t take that feeling for granted.⁣


As always, let me know what you think. Do you have a favorite quote?

Looking back at all the quotes from March. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

Looking back at all the quotes from March. Check out this article at jointhemeproject.com

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