Timing Is Everything

I’ve always been a little obsessed with Halloween. Who doesn’t like a good scare and a pillowcase full of candy? When I was in middle school, I lived in a town that had a pretty nifty amusement park, and the most popular ride (other than the vomit-inducing rollercoasters) was called the Haunted River. It was […]

What to do When Your Gratitude Practice Gets Boring (Plus a Freebie!)

Note: There is a first come, first serve freebie at the end of this post, so scroll down for all the info on how to get yours. I recently got a question from one of my Life Editing for Beginners participants about how to add some fun into your gratitude practice. She asked, “What do […]

An Edited Life: Kendra Kantor, Wellness Mentor and Guide

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An Edited Life is a series where I interview women Life Editors who are living their authentic stories. Please say hello to Kendra Kantor! Welcome! Please introduce yourself and your business. Hi lovelies! I’m Kendra Kantor. I’m a Wellness Mentor and Guide for creative women looking to embrace their self-discovery and improve their mental health […]

Reach Your Goals With a MAP: Master Action Plan!

There’s a curious binder with a rainbow-colored diamond pattern sitting on my desk. I picked it up at the drugstore for a couple bucks last year, but that little binder has been responsible for thousands of dollars of profit in my business and dozens of amazingly ambitious clients. One of my clients sent me a […]

How to Convince Your Spouse to Let You Quit Your Job

Two years ago, I was running a mildly successful personal development blog. And by mildly, I mean I had 10 readers. But I loved my dorky little space on the internet, and I dreamed about expanding it into a business with flashy digital products and helpful private coaching sessions. I saw other people (younger people, […]

Living With Regrets: Would You Forget If You Could?

We all have regrets. I regret that time I cut my own bangs when I was 8, or when I wore 6-inch “Spice Girls” platform shoes as a teenager. But seriously, I have bigger regrets too. Like not listening to my friends who told me my high school boyfriend was gay (he was), or when […]