Editor’s Notebook 16

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

For Habits, the Strategy of Pairing. Otherwise known as trigger habits, these two good things always stick together.

The Difference Between a Solopreneur and a Side-Gigger (Infographic). There’s no right or wrong here, but which one are you?

The Best Free Workout Videos on YouTube. No excuses! You CAN get a fantastic workout for free right in the privacy of your own home.

When He Treats Your Career Like a Hobby. Thank goodness Chris loves the fact that I out-earn him, but here’s what to do if your spouse is less than supportive. Also, let me know in the comments if you’re the Alpha in your relationship.

The Power of Delay. Want that cookie? How about that new training program? This is a great technique to try if you’ve got a case of the “gimmes.”

Why You Should Apply for Jobs when You’re Not a Good Fit. I’m constantly telling my clients who are in the corporate world to go ahead and take a shot at those jobs that seem just out of reach. Men stretch themselves all the time, but so many women wait until they’re 100% qualified before they apply for a job.

Positivity Interview: Sage Grayson. Shameless self-promotion! The lovely Kerryn Hewson interviewed me on Colour Your Life this week about my life and what’s next for my business.

Join Greatist’s 30-Day Money-Saving Challenge! December doesn’t have to be about holiday shopping until your credit card begs for mercy. This year, try this saving challenge instead.

Plan Your Day Backward to Get More Done. Reverse engineering works, so try it!

Kitten Therapy. Cheaper than traditional therapy and you’ll get quicker results too.

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  1. Kerryn Hewson (Colour Your Life) on November 30, 2014 at 10:59 pm

    Thanks for the shout out, Sage! It was awesome for you to be a part of my first interview series. 🙂

    • Sage Grayson on December 1, 2014 at 7:24 am

      Thanks, Kerryn! It was fun. 🙂