Too much on your plate? How to tell when it’s time to slow down

For years I was an overachiever, and I still have a tendency to want to go above and beyond. Most of us have a few key patterns that we tend to fall back into when we’re not mindful. For me, and many of the clients I work with, overcommitting and over-scheduling ourselves is something we have to look out for and continually keep in check.

Today, I’m sharing the process that’s helped me the most when I fall into this old pattern of taking on too much at a time.

How to plan a stress-free wedding

We’re less than a year out from our wedding, and I’m more relaxed than ever.

Wait, what? How can that be?! Shouldn’t planning a wedding be stressful? Overwhelming? Super time-consuming?

Thankfully, there’s another way to go about the process! In today’s blog, I’m sharing all about how to take the stress out of planning a wedding (and other traditionally stressful situations!).

How to stop being a perfectionist and make things happen

One of the biggest downsides of perfectionism is waiting until everything is in place (or until you’re “fully ready”) before taking action.

I am tempted to do this all the time. In order to make things happen, I have to override that pattern and get out of my own way.

Today I’m sharing how I do that, with a very recent example and a short, step-by-step process you can follow as well!