Top 5 Reasons to Quit Your Job

I loved many things about my old corporate job as a medical textbook editor. Using my degree, feeling like my work was making a difference, traveling to conferences. And yet, there’s a lot NOT to like about working for another company, which is why I’ve been my own boss for more than 11 years now. It’s…

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A Message From Your Future Self

In the past week, I’ve had Discovery Calls with 2 different public school teachers who both have the same problem. They don’t want to be teaching anymore. It’s not the kids, but the administration, lack of freedom, and poor pay. And now that the school year has begun, these teachers feel stuck and hopeless about their futures.…

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3 Ways Spiritual Teachings Can Improve Your Finances

Spirituality and religion are a part of everyday life and touch every part of your day-to-day existence, and this includes money. It might be difficult to rationalize money within your spirituality or religious beliefs. Money is something that feels so mundane and man-made, so it can be strange to pair it with the over-arching longevity…

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Editor’s Notebook 239

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 Carl Sagan Believed Books Are “Magic” — Here Is Why He Was Right. Books change lives, give you an escape, and open you up to new…

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6 Telltale Signs You Should Downsize Your Home

I’ve become somewhat of an expert in moving homes, especially since I’ve moved 10 times in the past 10 years. While I don’t recommend moving as often as I do, you might feel the need to change your homebase because of a new career, you dislike your current neighborhood, or you want to be closer…

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7 Ways to Finally Stop Overthinking and Worrying

Have you ever had so much to do that you didn’t know where to begin? Maybe your to-do list was 10 pages long, or your notes were a disorganized mess, or everything seemed important so you couldn’t prioritize. I’ve been there! My clients also face this “freezing up” phenomenon when they’re overburdened with their work.…

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