Tired of starting a new diet just to fall off it after a couple of weeks? Annoyed with the progress you’re making with your new hobby? Sick of starting to write a story only for it to be left unfinished? Yep. Us too! In today’s blog, we’re going to share some tips and tricks with you for making new habits stick.
We’ve compiled a handy list of things you can do to start making some positive changes to your life today and start to feel happy with yourself again. Join us in unleashing our potential upon the world and start to feel happy again
At So Just Be, we are big fans of anything that promotes self-care and wellbeing and the great thing about self-care is that there is no right or wrong way to do it! Any activity that gives you feelings of having that glow around you like the ‘Ready Brek’ kid falls into the category ofContinue reading “Crafting: A Whole New ‘Spooniverse’”
As Valentine’s day draws near, we’ve scoured the land for some hints and tips on how to keep the romance alive in Lockdown and we humbly present them to you below. We hope that they get you thinking and relight the fires of your stay-at-home romance….
Scoff all you like, but crafting genuinely makes you happy. It’s probably the best hobby in the world. In fact, crafting is way more than just a hobby! Crafting itself can come in many forms and is enjoyed by a multitude of people – not all crafters are fleece-wearing, hot-flushing middle-aged women! Men and womenContinue reading “Crafting: More than just a hobby!”
Passions, interests, hobbies – whatever you want to call them, the majority of us have things that we love so much and know so much about that at times it’s almost embarrassing. My mother is a ‘collector’. Whether it be teddy bears, tapestries or flower pots, she gets geeky when she’s in full ‘collector’ hunterContinue reading “Expressing Your Inner Geek – Don’t Be Afraid to Be Yourself”
When you are a crafter, it’s never too soon to think about Christmas.
Back in the day, before we had cordless phones at home and all used a landline (yes, there was communication before the mobile!), phones would often live on a dedicated table of some sort. Not far away you would find pen and paper for jotting down those all important messages. This was the place, satContinue reading “The Joy of Doodling”
We aren’t all queuing up to be the next contestants on Sewing Bee (although the thought of spending time with Patrick Grant is certainly appealing), even if we do know our bobbins from our presser foot.