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Life Editor’s Picks: Easy Home Gym

Productivity is my specialty, and I feel an incredible high when I help my clients get more important things done in less time. Nearly everyone I work with wants to improve their health, which makes sense because you can’t focus on any other goals if you’re sick and tired. But rearranging your schedule (Step 4…

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Life Editor’s Picks: Bullet Journal Basics

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, then you’ve heard of the planner craze known as the bullet journal. While the “bullet” part might bring up images of mobsters shooting it out over a stash of girlie notebooks, it actually refers to bullet points, or little icons to indicate different properties of the list items.…

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How to Turn Your Stress Into Success (You Got This!)

When you think about it, Oprah and I have a lot in common. We’re both former Chicagoans, we love dogs, and we have an unnatural obsession with bread. Yummm . . . But there’s something else we have in common that I also share with every single person on the planet. Any guesses? We only…

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Editor’s Notebook 162

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 47 Small Changes That You Won’t Regret Making In 2019. Add these to your new year’s bucket list. Why I’m Choosing Happiness Before Success. There will…

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Why You Need Mandatory White Space (and How to Get It!)

If you think you can cruise through life skimping on your sleep, ignoring your energy levels, and putting everyone else’s needs before your own, then you are setting yourself up for major burnout. White space (also known as self-care) isn’t about being lazy, and it’s certainly not just for hippies or beauty queens. I hate…

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How to Do Less at Work Without Getting Fired

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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My Typical Day as a Life Coach

Ever since I became a life coach 6 years ago, my workdays have been anything but boring. I get to share my clients’ successes, advise them when they’re struggling, record and edit videos, run my membership site, and a hundred other tasks that let me be creative while I support others. It sure beats sitting…

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