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...
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...
Ever since I can remember, I have struggled with being fully in the moment. Whether that be in school, at church, or hanging with my friends, I zone out and became lost in my thoughts or worrying about the future. It’s mind-blowing that I can be physically in the room, even engaging in conversation, but often times my mind is somewhere else
Let the words you speak to yourself be kind ones. You will never speak to anyone more than you speak to yourself and the truth is that your thoughts hold so much power.
At any given moment, within my own mind there are a variety of narratives underway. I recently learned how to be more self-aware. One of the results of practicing this is a positive turn in how I speak to myself. In the past I would often reprimand myself for any number of things including: