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 Why This Font Is Everywhere. One of my favorites! 5 Steps to Create a Vision Board for Life, Money, Love, and More. And be sure to…

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For many of us, 2020 has been a doozy of a year . . . and we’re only halfway through it. Natural disasters, political unrest, pandemic, quarantine, job loss, systemic racism, and police brutality are just a few of the challenges we’ve been thrown into. But here’s the truth: your old life isn’t coming back.…

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Big news about the Life Editor Clubhouse! THANK YOU so much to all of you lovely Life Editors who gave me feedback last week about what you want to see in my new and improved membership site. The wait is over— The Life Editor Clubhouse is now open! Click here for all the details. Our…

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During this quarantine time, I’ve noticed that my clients tend to fall into one of 2 categories. Either they haven’t looked at their planners in weeks and instead spend their days numbing out watching Netflix and sleeping. Or they’re jazzed that they finally have the time to devote to their long neglected projects so they’re…

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If you partake in enough self-development books, blog posts, podcasts, and videos then you’ll start to notice a funny pattern . . . All things are possible and nothing is possible. “Positive Thinking Is Everything!” and “Action Is Everything!” “Give Away All Your Work for Free!” and “Double Your Prices, Baby!” And my personal favorites,…

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I don’t know about you, but I’m thisclose to reaching full-blown burnout. We’re all stressed right now, and we’re just trying to get used to this new normal. When disaster strikes and you’re so discombobulated that you can’t even remember the last time you showered, it can feel tempting to want to fix everything. You…

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I’m known for a lot of things. Since I’ve been running my life coaching business for 9 years, it’s natural that I would develop some consistent patterns. Such as my pink and yellow branding colors. That weird painting in my office. My bizarre facial expressions. Saying the same phrases over and over: “I’m a Life…

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