Developing this one skill has the power to change your life, and I can’t recommend it highly enough.
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.
In this post, I share our experience of dreaming up our future home, finding it quickly, and witnessing a number of moving pieces fall into place more beautifully than I ever expected.
It’s a real-world example of how releasing our doubts, leaning into our desires, clarifying how we want to feel, and letting life surprise us opens up to miracles unfolding right before our very eyes!
This weekend I had an experience that reminded me of how quickly life's bigger “problems” can go away once we stop resisting them.
In this post, I share the key to experiencing peace in any moment, regardless of what is going on around you and what’s outside of your control.
How do you take guilt-free time off of work when there's no one telling you how to structure your time or outlining your paid time off for you?
In this post I’m sharing the 10 steps that help me the most in doing just that!
Keep reading to get my top recommendations for taking time off of work (especially when you're your own boss)!
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!).
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!
Last week I read The Compound Effect, which is all about the power of habits, and how the smallest decisions accumulate over time to shape our entire lives.
Today I’m sharing my takeaways from the book, and the huge shifts they’ve already created.
Keep reading for a quick dose of inspiration and encouragement — your future self will be so glad you did!
Have you been waiting for inspiration to strike?
If so, you have it all backwards – just like I did.
Fortunately, I’ve learned how to create inspiration — which is what I’m sharing in today’s post!
I love personal growth, but it's not always a walk in the park.
In this post, I’m sharing what I wish I’d known when I was first starting to make big changes in my life (hint: the growing pains are ALWAYS worth it in the end!).