The Top 10 Lifestyle Posts of 2019

Dec 24, 2019

How we go about our everyday lives is how we live our lives, and so Lifestyle posts continue to be favorites of TSLL readers. From sharing tips on how to recharge to consuming less and even to making your own magic, living well is a conscious choice, that when made makes a tremendously positive difference in our lives.

Most often, TSLL’s Lifestyle posts are shared on Wednesdays, and while I share ideas on a variety of topics on Wednesdays – decor, travel, “What Made Me Smile”, Garden, etc. – Lifestyle posts are most frequent and most enjoyed by readers. Have a look below at the top 10 Lifestyle posts of 2019.

10.

When You Need to Recharge and It’s Only Tuesday: 8 Rejuvenating Ideas for Navigating DST or Any Low-Energy Week


9.

The Power of the Little Details in Our Lives

“It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.” —John Wooden, the winningest NCAA basketball coach in UCLA history and an English teacher


8.

Two Secrets of Living a Life of Quality

“All things excellent are as difficult as they are rare.”—Baruch Spinoza


7.

Why Not . . . Consume Less to Improve the Well-Being of the Planet, and thus our lives? 16 Simple Ways


6.

How to Create Your Own Magic

“If I sit around and wait for other people to create magic in my life then I will be waiting until the day I die.” —Kerry Washington, on CBS Sunday Morning, October 7, 2018


5.

Why Not . . . Live Consciously?


4.

5 Simple New Ways to Invigorate Your Everyday?


3.

Why Not . . . Elevate the Everyday in Your Everyday Routine?


2.

Why Not . . . Make Lists? 20 Lists to Keep in Your Everyday Life


1.

Saying Au Revoir to 7 Uphelpful Defaults in 2019


PREVIOUS YEARS TOP LIFESTYLE POSTS:

Top Lifestyle Posts of 2018


Top Lifestyle Posts of 2017


Top Lifestyle Posts of 2016 (including Why Not . . . ? posts)


Top Thoughts from the Editor, 2015




4 thoughts on “The Top 10 Lifestyle Posts of 2019

  1. TSLL has been very precious to me over the last 4 months. I was forced to relearn and rebuild myself. If it wasn’t for the podcasts and posts I’m not sure it would have been doable! Thank you so much! To add, I loved both your books

    1. Michelle, Thank you for sharing. There is no doubt you have always had the courage and strength within you, but I am happy to have contributed in any positive way I could. May 2020 be an auspicious year for you.

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