10 Ways to Get Over the Afternoon Energy Slump

I recently shared an article on Facebook about how flexible work hours are changing the average American employee’s workday. Some businesses are catching on that they’ll have happier, more productive employees if you give them the autonomy to choose their start times. For instance, an early bird might benefit from starting her day at 7:00 […]

Editor’s Notebook 25

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! By the way, my annual Birthday Bundle Blowout Sale ends tonight! Click here to get your bundle on. What I’m Loving This Week 11 Epic Facts About Lefties. Here’s a fun […]

It’s My Birthday, but These Gifts are for You!

Today is my 34th birthday, and I have about 5 bajillion things to be thankful for. I counted. First of all, I’m thankful for my readers, followers, and clients. Without your support, I wouldn’t have a thriving life coaching business. You’re the reason I wake up every morning thinking, “How can I live a more […]

Client Spotlight: Hanna Gristina

This is a post in my Client Spotlight series where I highlight ambitious women who have edited their lives and businesses with the help of my coaching programs. Please say hello to Hanna Gristina! “I’m living an edited life, and now my dreams come true!” Hanna Gristina, Brule Group Website Facebook Twitter Google+ Instagram Before […]

My Monthly Edit: January 2015

OK, so I’m a little late with My Monthly Edit for January, but in my defense, I did just wrap up a 5-day road trip across the country. This is a series of posts where I share what I’m editing in my life and business. It’s like a behind-the-scenes peek at what I’m doing without […]

February 2015 VIP Days Now Available

Ah, February! This is one of my favorite months of the year, which isn’t a surprise considering that my birthday is coming up. It’s a month full of love, settling into your resolutions (if you made any), and groundhogs. But when I tell my friends about my admiration of February, I get some annoyed responses: […]

Why We Resist Good Advice

As someone who regularly doles out advice and little nuggets of wisdom, I’ve noticed that advice seekers generally fall into 2 distinct categories: Those who will follow the good advice that’s given to them or come up with their own equally good course of action. Those who will ignore the good advice and do nothing […]