Kacey is a lifestyle blogger for The Drifter Collective. Throughout her life, she has found excitement in the world around her. Kacey graduated with a degree in Communications while working for a lifestyle magazine. She has been able to fully embrace herself with the knowledge of nature, the power of exploring other locations, cultures, and styles, while communicating these endeavors through her passion for writing and expression. Her love for the world around her is portrayed through her visually pleasing, culturally embracing and inspiring posts.
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Mindfulness is an important quality for everyone but can be easily forgotten if you don’t stop and remind yourself of its importance. Your mind can get caught up in...
Your home is supposed to be your sanctuary. If you have no place to be yourself and relax, the stress cycle may cause you to burn out, affecting all areas of your life. Kick negativity to the curb, and bring harmony back into the home by enhancing positivity energy:
Loss is a part of life. As life goes on and you experience more of it, you’ll start to realize that all things that live have to die. Whether it be a relationship with your significant other or starting a new job, loss can be both terrifying and liberating.
Let's face it: there's simply no stopping the onset of age. Whether you're a budding young professional who has a bright career ahead or a retired industry veteran who is well past your prime, the issue of age is a primary concern of workers all across the country. Moreover, age discrimination could even cause you to miss out an opportunity altogether.
How do you relax, allow yourself room to indulge and remain on track with your wellness routine? Don’t worry, because here’s some advice to keep you on your path.
When a relationship is no longer building up the couple, instead it’s generating unhappiness and unhealthiness in one or both of the partners, it may be time to move on. This is a challenging endeavor. The people involved must undo the enmeshing of their lives, which may include shared housing, finances, children and support networks. It is a painful process but there are ways to let go and move on.