It’s the end of the year, and you know what that means, don’t you friends? It’s time for our (now) annual Unroll.Me Blog Retrospective Spectacular!
That’s right! We took a look back at some of the biggest and best blog posts from 2017 – and there were a lot – and we’ve distilled them down to the six best and brightest!
But first, a couple questions that need answering:
1) Why six?
a. We don’t know. It felt like a good number.
2) What were the selection criteria?
a. We looked at all of 2017’s posts and chose the ones we liked the most. Pretty simple stuff.
3) Does this mean there isn’t going to be new content this week?
a. It does mean that. We’ll be on a break until after the new year, which is why we’re giving you six top-notch posts to hold you over. You’re welcome.
Now that we’ve answered those tough, burning questions, let’s get down to business:
We live in a time where success is defined by having more, but we don’t need more, we need less. I know it sounds counterintuitive, but it’s true. The less we “need”, and the more we start to have.
I find that even though the holiday itself is called Thanksgiving, I don’t often take the time to actually give thanks. So, if you’ll indulge me (which you did), I want to take the time and tell you what I’m thankful for this year.
I know how hard it is to keep your spirits up, especially in the midst of being down, but it’s important to recognize that these things are cyclical. Doing this is no easy task, but because I like to bite off more than I can chew, I’m here to do just that and give you some tips on how to get your spirits back up.
You know how bad things can feel when your inbox floods with unwanted emails? Imagine how bad things can get when it’s your mind being cluttered, not your email account. Let’s help you declutter your mind from…(you’ll have to read more to find out what we’re decluttering you from)
This is bad. This is very bad. Self-doubt and questioning pop up all over our lives and once the downward tumble starts, it’s hard to stop. In fact, the feeling of self-doubt is so widely experienced that there’s even a syndrome named after it: the imposter syndrome. How do we combat it? Click through to find out.
Today (not this today) is National Walking Day – which is a real thing, apparently – and instead of telling you to just get outside and take a few steps, I want you to get outside and take those steps with intention. Don’t walk for the sake of walking, walk for the sake of you.
Until Next time – Happy Holidays. See you in 2018