Have you ever read a book that made you feel like it was written just for you to read at that specific moment in time? My most recent read did just that and because of it, I need to tell you about the book Everything Is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo.
As a self-proclaimed productivity nerd, getting LOTS of things done has always been my main goal. But, while reading my current book, The Productivity Project by Chris Bailey, I learned that my (common) way of thinking about productivity isn’t really accurate. Instead, Chris (brilliantly) explains in the book that...
At the start of every month, I collect and review some of my favorite articles, podcasts, recipes, products, updates from With Cheryl, and more. Here are some of my favorites from the month of May (featuring a beautiful view from my May trip to Portland, OR!):
At the start of every month, I collect and review some of my favorite articles, podcasts, recipes, products, updates from With Cheryl, and more.
Here are with my favorites from the month of March:
The concept of "clustering" was introduced to me by one of my very own authors: Steven Griffith. (Quick FYI: In case you didn't know, I'm an Editor at a business book publisher.) Steven's brand new book, The Time Cleanse, is in stores this week and it's where I first learned about a concept that has completely transformed the way I work, which I'd like to tell you about today.
After reading Juliet's School of Possibilities by Laura Vanderkam , I learned something about myself: While I am productive, I don't always prioritize the right things.
And, that needs to change.
Here are some tools I will be using that you can apply to your day too so we can all accomplish what's really important...
Bullet Journaling changed how I organize. This may seem like a drastic statement, but it’s true. So, today I will be giving you an insider look into my 2019 Annual Set-Up. Let's dive in...
While I’ve always known experimenting is important, I’ve never really opened my eyes to how big of an impact trying new things, even in the smallest of ways, can make on your life—until now.
According to a 2018 Nielsen survey, American adults spend over 11 hours a day interacting with various types of media. I don't know about you, but I can think of many other ways I would like to spend almost half of my day!
Today, I wanted to share some of the tactics I've put into practice to disconnect from my phone and connect with what really matters to me. Let's jump right in...
We're just days away from the start of a new year! While this may mean lots of food, travel, and time with friends and family for many, it can also be the perfect time to reflect upon the current year and prepare for the following.
Here are some of my favorite ways to reflect, set intentions, and establish my goals: