Year-end summary reflections are an awesome way to decide what you’ll continue to do and what you’ll never do again. Taking a step back to see how the year went and where you want to go is an excellent motivating step. Or depressing. Really, it depends on what you find. I’m going to dive into the 17 things I learned in 2017. This year, like all years, had highs and lows. But you know what, the aim is to learn from them all. 17 Things…Continue Reading “17 Lessons I Learned in 2017”
This is your comprehensive guide to figuring out what to get HER this holiday season. So, for the women in your life, I’m going to give you some ideas for Christmas presents. If they bring a smile to her face, it’s 100% me! If she hates it, well, totally your fault!
Couples struggle every day with whether thy should split the bills. Take a look at this situation and see if you agree that they should.
A tiny guide to managing stress while in the middle.
Today, Millennials need some support so I’m here to defend them.
You aren’t putting in the work. I know you aren’t because you clicked on this title. Magic! You know that you aren’t putting in the work and you want to know why. Why haven’t you been inspired to put in the work? You tell everybody you’re working hard, you’re always busy, you’re always exhausted, and you use those things as markers of your productivity. You explain to everyone that you don’t have time to be on Twitter, or Facebook or whatever other social network sites…Continue Reading “7 Depressing Reasons You Aren’t Putting In The Work”
I am an empathic person. Everyone has their own journey in life, their own way of going about things and their own way of self-discovery. I cannot, however, stand someone who complains and whines and then plans to do nothing about it. I just cannot. I was raised by a woman who did not model whining and complaining. My mother is the rock star of my universe because this is a woman who decided that life gave her two options: shut up and get it…Continue Reading “An Ode To My Mother: Why I Have No Patience for Whiners and Complainers”
What’s your method of deciding what to do in the coming week? In this post, I go through how to plan for the week ahead and why it’s so important. Enjoy!
How good are you at having tough conversations?
What do you expect? And how do you deal with that disappointment?