How are you holding up? Take a moment this morning and take a mental inventory. Did you get some fresh air this weekend? Did you connect with someone you love? Did you accomplish something that needed to be done? Have you read something exquisite? Just like a boss would do, I've found it essential to… Continue reading Quarantine Check-In
Last week we discussed #goals. This week, we’ll talk about how to achieve those goals. Here’s a simple step-by-step process that takes a lot of time and effort: Step 1: Learn from the pros. Step 2: Do what the pros do. Step 3: Achieve goal. No matter what your goals is – writing a book,… Continue reading Got goals? Learn from the pros!
Last week I shared a post about why we want to quit and talked about how important it is to flip the question and instead think about why we are doing whatever it is we're doing in the first place. I talked about goals a bit and I want to develop the idea that goals… Continue reading Life #goals
Long story short, run toward your goals instead of away from your failure. Literally and metaphorically.
I'm a sucker for a good to-do list. The kind that has the most menial task on it so I can have the joy of checking it off later. Washed the dishes- check. Brushed my hair- check (come-on I can't be the only one that struggles with that...). But what about all the things I… Continue reading Anti To-Do List
We are slowly approaching the end of the year, it's been a doozy. What will you be doing next year? I'm not necessarily talking about loosing that holiday weight, I mean for your life. How are you going to level up you? One way is to set a goal. We all have dreams. It's time to make… Continue reading Goal Setting
Guest Post by Andrew Newton, Find his blog at newtonandnewtoninc.wordpress.com This past November, I embarked for the fourth time on a literary adventure of grand proportions. National Novel Writing Month (aka. NaNoWriMo, or just NaNo) is an annual challenge for writers of all ages to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. Each time… Continue reading NaNoWriMo: A Postscript (Or Reflections on a Month of Creative Abandon)