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...
An Insider Look at My 2019 Bullet Journal
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...
How to Deal with Real Life When the Unexpected Happens
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.
My Favorite Apps of 2018
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
“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.
Bullet Journaling Part 1: An Introduction
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.
Productivity & Scrum
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.