Category: Blog

Making Space

Well it’s another day forward and I just wanted to take the time to journal about a topic that could probably be considered trending right now thanks to Marie Kondo. Believe it or not I actually read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying a few years ago and actually tried to implement it around the house.

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Onward

Wow! The month of January seems to be blowing by. I can’t lie this year has been off to a tough, great start. Exercise is regular and I believe it’s almost a solidified habit. Thanks to my lovely accountability partner. When you pick up one of those gym membership that is a true financial investment

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2019: A New Year

Happy New Year’s! The evaluations of the past are done and we’ve made it into 2019. The failures and disappointments of the past year are disposed of, the valuable lessons we’ve learned from them were the only things worth keeping. Today is a new day and most of all it’s a new year. So what

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3 Benefits of Rising Early

The early bird gets the worm is a saying I am sure we’ve all heard before.  Yet mornings continue to be the hardest part of the day for many. “Google” traits of successful people and one of the common denominators will surely be an early start to the day. And there are all kinds of

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5 Benefits of Listening To Podcasts

If you didn’t already know, the podcast world is huge and it’s getting bigger everyday. According to Fast Company; “There’s over 525,000 active shows and over 18.5 million episodes.” To me,  podcasts subscriptions amount to having a talk radio station that caters totally to the listener. Whatever you love in life, there’s more than likely a podcast

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See It, NO, REALLY SEE IT!

Some bad habits don’t die easy. The consistency that it takes to put them away for good is something that has to be continuously fought for. Especially as it pertains to mental and emotional blocks. When you have trained yourself to constantly see the worst case scenario as the most likely outcome. You tend to

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