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...
I sincerely hope you don't have to refer to this article anytime soon, but I do hope this advice on dealing with like when the unexpected happens can be of help to you in some way, if you ever need it.
Last week, some friends and I began talking about our favorite apps over dinner and today I thought I would do the same with you! These are my top 5 favorite apps that always manage to keep me organized, focused, and learning:
“STOP MAKING EXCUSES,” that’s what had to tell myself to make this blog post actually happen. Have you ever been there? If so, I’m sure you would agree that it’s a frustrating place to be. BUT, I’ve found there are 5 specific ways I wind up being able to successfully motivate myself to stop making excuses and I thought I would share these with you today.
A bullet journal is a personalized system for organizing your lists, ideas, thoughts, to do’s, goals, and more in one single place. It’s a notebook that revolves around the idea of making your life easier, so the entire system is centered around you. Below are some of the big questions I wish someone answered for me when I started my research.
If you’re thinking “I’ve heard of scrum, but I don’t really know what it is,” you’re not alone. I was there too and now that I understand the basics, I’ve adapted the process for myself and am here to share my findings. Before we get to that though … a little bit about Scrum.