Why “bounce back” when you can simply f l o w forward? We just got back from a long trip. But I don’t feel like I’m “back”. Do you know what I mean? Like, I feel this heavy pressure to get “back” to normal. To get back to the gym. To get back to eating
I have looooved not being on social media. Every time I walk away from it, I always feel better. Lighter. I suddenly find all this time to be productive. And even more time to peruse Pinterest and online shop. But, alas, I have been confronted with the reality I try so desperately to deny. I
Five or so years ago, I was sitting down for coffee with a girlfriend and she told me about how her older sister was spending the entire weekend decluttering and organizing her home. She sent her two young kids to stay with her parents for the weekend and her and her husband confronted the chaotic
Man, am I living this one right now. The fast approaching delivery of this little seed has me, ala Cher from Clueless, totally buggin’. I had my first proper, pregnant, hormonal meltdown recently. I’ve been an emotional wreck, sure. But this meltdown was baby-specific and it threw me for a loop. I haven’t been too
The Internet has become bad for my health. Taking a break from social media until further notice. If you want to stay connect while I’m taking a break from social media, you can join my mailing list here (plus, get instant access to the email challenge I built to help you find your own brand of
I never wanted a wedding. If I’m being honest, I never wanted to get married. I thought it was an out-dated institution and people were doing it for all the wrong reasons. Especially after meeting my now husband, who had gotten a divorce already, it just didn’t add up to me. And weddings just seemed
Hello hello! So, I’m finishing up with the free brainstorm sessions I gave away last week and I am blown away by the responses I’ve been getting! However, I’m starting to see a pattern. It seems like a lot of you are stuck in the same place when it comes to your authentic online branding:
Pinterest has quickly become my favorite platform. It took me some time to really crack it’s code, but I can now say it is one of my blog’s top referrals. You see, the trick is to re-think how you use Pinterest. Up until recently, I had been using Pinterest as a way to save ideas.
If it feels like I haven’t been around much lately, it’s because I haven’t. After spilling my guts on FB live about having situational depression and all of my big plans to solve it, I spent the last week sitting on my couch under the full weight of the many symptoms of that depression. BUT!
Anyone else as obsessed with productivity hacks as I am? Batching has totally streamlined my productivity and increased my work-life balance. Batching is something I’ve always done, I just didn’t know there was a name for it. Not to mention, such a buzz around it. It’s praised as one of the best productivity hacks. And when