Call me old-fashioned, but I still send thank you cards whenever I receive a gift. Our mailboxes seldom contain anything more thrilling than bills and sale flyers, so discovering a little gem of thanks is a welcomed surprise. Your thank you cards can reflect your unique personality, compliment your business branding, or be simple and…

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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 Taking It One Day at a Time. The little daily edits are what count and get you to your ultimate goal. Why You Owe It To…

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I’ve been into astrology, crystals, and spiritual practices since I was a little girl. My 12-year-old self decorated my bedroom with plastic glow-in-the-dark stars and more tie-dyed glittery candles than I could count. One memorable summer, my friends and I got our fortunes read by a bead-wearing palm reader. What was my destiny? To have…

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‘Tis the season for my annual Holiday Gift Guide! Make yourself a cup of cocoa, grab your coziest blanket, and snuggle up to enjoy my picks for seasonal gifts that are gorgeous, functional, and easy on your wallet. I like to choose a mix of editorial gifts (the journals and planners), organizers (pill case), and…

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Sigh . . . are you having a bad day? Yep, we’ve all been there. You’re tired, you’re bored, your boss dumped a huge project on your desk, the printer is broken, and someone ate your lunch out of the office fridge. “I don’t see your name on it, Karen!” This day sucks and the…

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Don’t think you’re a leader? Guess again! When I was in high school, I remember playing this game in drama class where one person would be blindfolded and their partner would take their hand and lead them around the school. The poor victim would be dragged across the football field, up and down stairs, through…

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Last September, I watched the news predict the path of a category 5 hurricane that was headed straight for central Florida…and my upcoming retreat. I had two choices: I could sit on my butt complaining about how unfair it was that the weather was wrecking an event I had spent more than a year planning,…

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