Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you’re spending today with your loved ones and treating yourself to loads of self-care. I’ll be cuddling my dog Skyla on the couch while we watch romantic movies. She’s a very good date. And since we’re on the subject of love, let’s talk about a part of your life that…

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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 The Size of Space. Check out this trippy simulation if you want to feel like an insignificant speck in the universe. It’s fun, really! 4 Ways…

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The holidays bring the usual seasonal delights: twinkling lights, heaps of shiny wrapped presents, and cheesy Christmas songs played in every shop. Oh, and one more thing . . . tons of STRESS!!! As the air gets colder, our personalities get frostier too. It’s hard to stay jolly when you’re dealing with annoying in-laws and…

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Happy Halloween! This week marks my 5th annual Face Your Fear Week where we confront the things that scare us so we can become fearless Life Editors. Can I tell you a secret? One of my biggest fears is being imperfect. I absolutely hate it when things don’t go according to my painstakingly organized plans.…

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Recently, one of my clients was stressing out about the amount of work that was piling up at her day job. She wanted to do less at work but was worried it might look like she was slacking off. “I can’t take it!” she said. “I have to earn my paycheck and listen to my…

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I get a little nutty whenever one of my clients lets me see her schedule. Usually there’s not a shred of white space left in the day. Every minute is allotted for, and there’s barely time to go to the bathroom! That’s when we roll up our sleeves and delete unnecessary appointments and time wasters.…

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I once had a life coach who liked to use funny metaphors to illustrate her points. One of her favorite nuggets of wisdom was to say that “your life is like a dog park.” If you let your dog run loose in the neighborhood, then she could get lost or hit by a car. A…

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