Watch the Planning Pajama Party Replay and Get Ready for 2022!

What a celebration! We had a spectacular time dreaming and scheming during our Planning Pajama Party. We donned our cutest PJs, enjoyed festive drinks, and spent more than TWO AND A HALF HOURS(!) saying goodbye to last year, choosing exciting new goals, and designing plans to edit our lives in 2022. Thank you to all…

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Editor’s Notebook 241

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 14 Facts About Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice. This is my absolute favorite version of the classic Jane Austen work. What No One Tells You About…

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Step-By-Step Guide: The 5 Stages of Project Success

Project planning and goal setting can be confusing, especially when you’re trying to organize your thoughts into coherent action steps. In fact, I have a 5-day mini course that takes the stress out of project planning. Sometimes our minds can be full of ideas and inspiration, but actually narrowing down what we want to achieve,…

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How to Unlock Your Creativity When You Feel Uninspired

Creativity isn’t just painting, drawing, writing, dancing, or practicing a fine art of some kind. It’s so much more! Creativity means using your imagination to develop unique new ideas.  Even if you have no artistic talent, you can still be creative. All you need to do is tap into your creative side and show the…

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Editor’s Notebook 200

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 “Revenge Bedtime Procrastination” Explains Modern Life. Are you guilty of this bad habit? Why The Babysitters Club Netflix Series is Better Than the Books. I…

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A Simple Way to Get Stuff Done on Your Worst Days

I have a big confession to make: currently, I’m struggling with depression. It happened so gradually over the past 6 months that I didn’t realize how anxious and sad I had become until my body started breaking out in painful rashes and I found myself unable to move from my bed for days. Sometimes depression…

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