3 Feelings You Should Never Ignore

I’ve learned a lot in the 20 years since I attempted suicide. In addition to cutting out toxic people who made me feel worthless, I’ve also become hyper aware of how I’m feeling about my life circumstances. This awareness helps me recognize when I’m getting stressed out or depressed, and then I can take the […]

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The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week How to Meditate: A Beginner’s Guide. Easy peasy way to just get started. 29 Smells From Your Childhood You Forgot You Loved Smelling. Lip Smackers? Hell […]

A Simple Formula for Work-Life Balance

If you read enough self-development books, blog posts, articles, and the like, then you’ll start to notice a funny pattern. All things are possible and nothing is possible. “Positive Thinking Is Everything!” and “Action Is Everything!” “Give Away All Your Work for Free!” and “Double Your Prices, Baby!” And my personal favorites, “Work-Life Balance Is […]

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The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week F**k That: A Guided Meditation. This is the meditation we all truly need. On Trolls, Vulnerability + Speaking Your Truth Anyway. I love, love, love this […]

Why You Must Invest in Yourself to Succeed

Back in my high school days…when dinosaurs roamed the earth…I worked at a shoe store most evenings after school and on the weekends. This being the 1990s, the most popular styles were dark, clunky, Spice Girls platform boots that would leave a trail of squashed enemies in your wake. The store dress code was strict—only […]

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The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! PS, the July VIP Days are here (yay!), and I just sent the next video from the Quarterly Planning Video Series to purchasers of the 2015 Edited Year Planner. Check out […]

Book Review: Show Your Work!

Being ambitious about your career, whether you work for yourself or someone else, means you’re constantly learning new things. Like how to publish a blog post. Or how to use Google Hangouts. Or how to keep your dog quiet when she wants to chew on her loudest, squeakiest toy right in the middle of an […]