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The Power of Slow Mornings

Now that I’ve been working full-time for almost three months, I’ve been trying to get into a routine; waking up, getting ready, getting to work, prepping/making dinner, etc. For most of the past few months, work has felt like it has been my entire day, even though I’m only at the office for 8 hours and sleep for 8 hours. Where are those other 8 hours going? Not to mention my mornings felt rushed. I …
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Why I Quit Freelancing: A Story of Crying On the Bathroom Floor

I don’t really come to realizations. I don’t think about things over time, weigh the positive and negative benefits and arrive, someday, at a sound conclusion. My life, as I’ve described, is more like a string of “Elle Woods” moments where, yes, actually, one day I did just wake up and decide I was going to law school. Ever since that day, there have been days I just woke up and decided I was going …
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How I Pulled an “Elle Woods” and Changed My Life

One of my favorite lines from the movie Legally Blonde is when the Professor Callahan asked if “Do you think she woke up one morning and said “I think I’ll go to law school today”?” Elle did essentially just decide, overnight, that because she was going through a quarterlife crisis, she was going to go to law school. “What, like it’s hard?” she said in defense. In the face of an existential crisis; graduating from …
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Forget Gratitude Journals; Why I Start My Day With An Intention Journal

Gratitude journals have been a popular method of expressing authentic thankfulness and connecting with the universe for decades. I started using one earlier this year at the encouragement of a lifecoach; I bought a green (get it? Green/Gratitude? Ok, I’m a little OCD…) moleskin and wrote down what I was thankful for and a little wish/prayer every night. I found that by becoming more aware of what I was thankful for — and what I …
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Finding The Words When You’re In a Rut

For the past few months, I’ve been in a rut in all areas of my life, but most importantly creatively. I intentionally cut back on clients that drained my creativity, which led to less outlets to even express myself as a writer. I stopped marketing my coaching practice, which led to less creativity and the inspiration to teach and help others. While I’ve maintained a steady stream of income (when there’s a need to pay …
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