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How to Organize (& Simplify) Your Life

Erin Condren LifePlanner: How to Organize Your Life - Ali in Bloom

It’s funny because when I was in college, I always thought I would have more time after graduation. Obviously, I was in for a HUGE newsflash. Time is tight around here these days. But with a little motivation and a lot of organization, everything can get done. As if I don’t talk about it enough, we all know I’m a big planner junkie. This year, I’m trying out a new brand! Erin Condren. The Erin Condren LifePlanner is customizable, beautiful, sturdy and easy to use, so it goes without saying that I’m in love.

This year I’m loving pale pink — especially during the spring time — so I chose this blush and gold cover that says “Thankful and Grateful” because it just so happen those are two of my main focuses this year (as they should be every year).

The Computer & Eye Health

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Rohto. All opinions and text are my own.

Just because you sit in front of a computer all day doesn't mean you have to suffer the pain because of it. Learn how to prevent computer eye strain even while going to school or working a 9-5.

Whether you’re writing a school paper or working 9-5 at a desk, we spend a lot of time in front of computers. As a blogger and someone that works a full-time office job, I am so guilty. Eye health has always been important, but now as we spend so much time in front of screens, it’s even more important to take care of our eyes.

Constantly looking at a screen- whether it be the computer, a cell phone or the TV- can cause what is known as computer eye strain (also called digital eye strain or computer vision syndrome). Symptoms include everything from headache to blurred vision and dry eyes.

Technology is a blessing in so many ways, but with it, we really need to take extra measures to protect our vision. You can avoid computer eye strain be factoring in these five tips: