“Doing it all” doesn’t mean you’re doing it well. So how do you go from frazzled and over committed to focused and accomplished?
Are there things on your to do list which never get checked off and no one is impacted by them not getting done? If you do, why are you torturing yourself by keeping them there and constantly reminding yourself you haven’t got the time to successfully complete them?
Ever feel like you’re being pulled in a million directions? Confused with how to handle competing priorities?
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s not uncommon to feel a little lost when considering how to get it all done. You make lists, buy organizing apps, subscribe to digital calendar solutions, but nothing really gets you feeling empowered, in control, and successful. So what do you do?
One way to greatly improve the odds of making your New Year’s resolutions successful is preparation. Your ability to achieve your desired result really depends on how prepared you are to jump into a resolution.
Ever go into your bedroom with the intention to “clean things up” and 30 minutes later your bed is piled high with clothes, the floor is covered in shoes, and you’re almost ready to cry because you have no idea how to fit this neatly in the closet so you actually know where everything is? Plus, nothing in your room is actually clean. The only thing you feel you’ve accomplished is making a bigger mess.
When you hear the word “abundance”, what comes to mind? Is it synonymous with wealth, riches, a feast? For many of us, we think of abundance as plenty of anything and everything. Today we are going to dive into the practice of self care through a shift to an abundance mindset. Most times, when we […]