One of the best ways I've found to motivate myself is to write a letter to myself to read in the future. A website, www.futureme.org, allows you to write letters to yourself and schedule them for thirty days or longer. I set goals for myself, and the letters help to remind me thirty days down the road that the goal is coming up.
But Future Me can be used for so much more than that. You can write a letter to yourself about all the things you're worried about today. When it arrives in your inbox thirty days later, you'll see that the things you worried about weren't worth worrying about at all.
If you're having a problem in your life, write a letter of encouragement to yourself. Remind yourself that the future will be brighter, and when the letter comes, it'll bring a smile to your face.
So go ahead and give it a try! I'm off to write another letter to myself!
I'm redecorating my house, and it's been an ongoing challenge! I love, love, love the 1920s, and I wanted a way to incorporate it into my house without it being too overbearing. I didn't want my living room to look like a speakeasy or anything like that. So I decided to dedicate one room of my house to the theme.
Below is the first puzzle I've finished that will be matted and framed. (I prefer using my own creations for my walls and decorations.) Another one is underway, and I'll be setting up the painters shortly. I can't wait to share the results with you!
I also have a vintage office. I shared previous photos with you back in 2014. I have since then changed some of the furniture, and since that's been four years, I decided it was time for a little sprucing up. So here is yet another puzzle I've finished! I'll still keep with the vintage theme, and I'm excited about looking for antique items that will complement the puzzles!
What do you think? I'd love to hear your thoughts!
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