Editor’s Notebook 151

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 simple hack to make the best decision. This is exactly why people hire coaches (like me! Get your free call HERE). We’re objective sources. On…

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Ask Me Anything! Self-Care and Self-Love

Valentine’s Day is coming! But instead of spending all your money on roses and candy for your sweetheart, take some time to indulge in self-care and self-love. After all, loving yourself is just as important as spreading love to others! Most Life Editors aren’t getting enough self-care so they wind up feeling exhausted, burned out,…

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Burned Out? 5 Ways to Enjoy White Space at Work

If you’re like most women, then your life is seriously lacking in white space. I’m not talking about white walls, neutral colors, or minimalistic decor. White space has nothing to do with design, but everything to do with how you respect your energy levels. In life editing, we use an old publishing term called “white…

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New Clubhouse Class: How to Silence the Critical Voices in Your Head

I’m a bit of a nut for Christmas movies, and so far this year, I’ve watched at least a dozen of these tales of love, redemption, magic snowmen, and flying reindeer. My favorite holiday story is any film adaptation of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Especially the Muppet version! Who can resist a crabby…

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Editor’s Notebook 135

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! PS, I just released the new 2018 Edited Year Planners! Purchase your planners by Cyber Monday (November 27) and you’ll get the digital PDFs absolutely FREE! Click here to get your…

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The Difference Between Self-Comfort and Self-Care

When it comes to white space, not all activities are created equal. I’m sure you’ve noticed in the past when doing something you thought would energize you instead drained your energy or made you fee like you were wasting your time. Many people choose numbing activities such as binge-watching TV shows or eating junk food…

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