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 […]

Editor’s Notebook 44

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 […]

Editor’s Notebook 43

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 Need a Wait List for Your Life

Every so often, I need to do something for my business that makes me feel a bit uncomfortable. Paying my taxes? Learning a new software program? Firing a client? OK, those things are all a little cringe worthy, but I’m talking about starting a wait list. When my schedule is maxed out and there isn’t […]

It’s Time for a Mental Health Day

Out of all the steps of the Life Editing Process, there’s one that seems to give people the most trouble. Any guesses? It’s Step 5: Make White Space for Personal Self-Care. The fact that this one is so difficult to implement shows me how much we desperately need to take a break in our lives. […]

Free LEFB Webinar: Self-Care Smackdown!

If you’re like most women, you’re not taking care of yourself as well as you could be. How often does your self-care get pushed to the back of your mind because you’re too busy focusing on your business, day job, kids, spouse, parents, friends, stalker, coworkers, or dog? Here’s the truth: If you don’t take […]

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 […]