Its been a long couple of months for all of us. I hope you are taking care of yourself and your family. Its hard not to be overwhelmed with fear and worry right now. I’ve been trying to spend my time keeping busy with house projects, exercising, and binge watching some of my favorite shows.
I’ve found that turning off the news for most of the day has helped with not feeling so overwhelmed. I’ve also been trying to stay uplifted by motivating myself and others with positive vibes. On my run this weekend, a woman gave me a simple thumbs up, and it meant a lot to have that little bit of positive connection.
In the spirit of positive mindset, I’ve created some uplifting printables that are all free for you to download, print, and use how you would like!
Don’t forget to click the download link for the high res image!
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As I approach my first month of working from home, I’ve found that some days, I’m super productive, and then there are others where its suddenly 4pm and I’ve accomplished nothing. You’re more than likely juggling a lot right now– work, your children, cooking at home, and taking time to take care of yourself. That is a lot!
One thing that I have found to be helpful is to add structure to my days. It’s not necessarily an hour by hour schedule, but a list of things that I hope to accomplish that day. For me, this list includes both work and home obligations, as well as carving out time for self care breaks. I wanted to share the planner that I created for myself to help me plan my days in case you find it helpful!
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This year really hasn’t been the spring we expected. I’m guessing you have been spending a lot of time at home and trying to be productive when you can! This season, you might not have the extra cash or ability to shop for new decor. If you would like to still decorate with what you have, I have created some pretty spring printables that you can DIY at home!
I love putting these in a pretty picture frame or sticking on your fridge. Click the download links for the high res images and be sure not to scale when you go to print them!
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I recently threw a gender-neutral baby shower for a friend and it ended up turning out really cute! I felt like I was throwing it together last minute and struggled a little with a gender neutral theme, but it all came together. The most important part is the people and the food anyways!
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I recently hosted a baby shower for one of my coworkers and wanted to make it still feel special even as an office party! I designed a little collection of games and activities that could be printed for the party. Everyone seemed to love the activities, so I thought I would share them with you all to use! They are gender neutral and I removed all specifics so you could write in your own details.
Be sure to click the download link to download the high res PDF file so it looks nice when you print it! The games are designed to be printed on 4” x 6” and the calendar is 11” x 17”, but you can scale to your paper needs.
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If you are hosting Thanksgiving this year, I am here to help you out in the only way I can– free printable decor! These adorable place card settings are easy to print out and add names to personalize. I would recommend printing on a cardstock or heavier craft paper so that they will stand up on their own.
Click the links below the images to download the high-res files. Be sure
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