The Simple Self Blog

3 Ways Simple Self Can Help Make Your Holiday Less Stressful

Keeping your schedule organized this time of year can seem daunting but if you don’t keep track of it, you’re going to end up over-extending yourself or forgetting important dates. Start by writing down all of the parties, events, or anything happening on a specific day on the monthly spreads of your planner, and make sure you are leaving room for downtime. Next, add any specifics that you need to remember for those events on the weekly to-dos page. For example, picking up ingredients for your potluck dish, checking into your flight, or picking up a white elephant gift.

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Meet the New Balance Notebook and the Artists Behind the Collaboration

At Simple Self, we believe in balance. Whether that means hitting the gym before taco Tuesday or watching your favorite guilty pleasure tv show before turning off your electronics an hour before your head hits the pillow. However you find balance, we support you.

In today’s blog, we explore the idea of balance - how our notebook aims to help you achieve it and explore the idea with our artists and how they find balance and time for self-care in their lives.

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Founder Spotlight: A Day in the Life of the Simple Self Founder

There are a lot of people who are curious about what it’s like to run a small business and some who are even more curious about how to prioritize their self-care while trying to run a business. On today’s blog, Marylyn is taking you through a typical day as the founder and CEO of Simple Self. She's sharing her productivity tips on staying motivated and how she approaches daily self-care as a business owner.

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meaningful gratitude journaling

We are often told that keeping a gratitude journal is an important self-care practice and can help boost your overall sense of happiness. While it seems like a pretty straightforward concept, you may find yourself getting bored with the exercise and may not get a lot of benefit from it or even quit altogether. In this post, we are giving you some of our favorite tips on how to keep your gratitude journaling from getting stale.

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