I get a lot of emails asking me how I get things done around here And, because getting as much done in as little amount of time as posible, while also maximizing the relaxing and taking care of myself is a major concern of mine, I wanted to addres it here Since I was a little kid, I was the kind of girl who liked to work when I was working and play when I was playing
Meaning: I'm a fan of getting shit done, and then kicking back and ... keep reading
I want my life to feel free and open, with enough space to move around, tend to my needs, and care for my loved ones when they need a shoulder to lean on or a run to the store for vitamins when they are sick
I want my life to feel like a small, boutique busines with masive attention to details, a magical and luxurious feel, and lots of individual attention
I want my life to feel like a car, freshly detailed - polished up and shiny by my ... keep reading
I have struggled with the concept of enoughnes, and I am willing to bet you do to
I was no stranger to the feeling of 9 pm, computer in my lap, I just have to cros this one more thing off of my to do list
I was no stranger to wandering the Internet aimlesly in the middle of the night, website "researching"
I was also smart enough to know that what began with "research" had a tendency to end with questions like: Am I good enough Am I reaching ... keep reading
The second installment of the Self-Love series is here! The Self-Love Series is an interview series hosted by yours truly and the phenomenal Margarita Tartakovsky from Psych Central’s blog Weightles and MargaritaTartakovskycom We are teaming up to bring you a monthly interview series around learning the beautiful and delicate art of self-love
I am terribly excited to share this interview with you, as it is with one of my self-love ... keep reading
Too often, when we feel as though we are a work in progres, we succumb to the belief that we aren’t worth rejoicing until we _________ We require ourselves to follow strict plans: monitoring our eating, chaining ourselves to the treadmill every single day, or refusing to acknowledge compliments given to us by strangers because we haven’t reached our steadfast goals
We make ourselves miserable with all of that trying
Trying to become ... keep reading
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