Goals. Plans. Dreams. Resolutions. Whatever you want to call them, we’ve all had ‘em. We’ve all started the year out with enthusiasm and hope, only to be left disappointed every December. (that good old dream of fitting in that one pair of jeans that haven’t fit since high school, am I right, ladies?) In the … Continue reading How to Make Goals You’ll Actually Stick To
We all know that those who write down their goals are more likely to achieve them (the educator in me is fighting the urge to go find a source to cite for this...). So, much like I like to get my Thanksgiving social media posts out before everyone else, to avoid getting lost in the … Continue reading Do All The Things: Goals for 2020
I totally forgot about Week 2 of Fearless Friday and now I'm a day late with this one. (#PerfectionistsCanBeImperfect) Last week was a hot mess. I was (im)patiently awaiting MRI results for my upcoming surgery, meeting a bunch of deadlines, battling a cold, deep cleaning the apartment to prep for Christmas decorating (priorities, right?) and … Continue reading Fearless Friday
My birthday is the day after Halloween. And I love it. I love fall and everything about it. The candles, the cold, the leaves, the horror. Everything. And I love Halloween. I miss dressing up like a fool and handing out candy to the little kiddos almost as much as I miss going around knocking … Continue reading Happy (Almost) Birthday to Me.
I'm going to start a weekly post entitled Fearless Friday, where I force myself, and my readers, to think about how they were fearless this week - or maybe how they are going to be fearless in the future. Why Fearless? Because life is scary. We could lose our jobs, which means no money for … Continue reading Fearless Friday.
I recently had a conversation with someone about fulfillment. I was challenged to think about what makes me fulfilled. It sounded like an easy question, one I should probably be able to recite the answer to as easy as my own name. But it wasn’t. In fact, it was easier to determine what wasn’t fulfilling … Continue reading On Fulfillment.