Sometimes a problem can be resolved with a tool or resource. The issue isn’t “us” it is lacking the conditions needed to succeed!
Do you have a big dream that you’ve been swirling around in your mind? Consider if now is the time to dare to be ambitious.
Do not let fear take one more inch as you journey through life. Intentionally push back and boldly pursue courageous living!
Oversaturated schedules & being swallowed by busyness can get in the way of living with vision. Don’t forget to keep your eyes on impact.
How can you set yourself up for summer road trip success? Learn from my recent 16-hour road trip to Maine! These lessons also apply to so much more than roadtrips…
Set yourself up for an intentionally sweet summertime by brainstorming big ideas, getting basic supplies on hand, and setting boundaries!
This is the story behind Mornin’ Motivations as we celebrate completing 10 episodes! Learn the details of how it started & what we’ve covered!
We live in a culture that is chronically busy, hustling, & grinding. I argue though, busy is not better. It is time to slow down.
I sat down with Brendon Maxwell, Founder of Utopian Coffee, and he shared stories from his pursuit of a better world through better coffee.
Human trafficking, exploitation and abuse are horrifically ugly. I’m committed to fight. While I may be just one person – I am one determined person who is part of a team of warriors.
My little girl’s hard day & a parenting moment reminded me the beauty of embracing sweet and simple things in life – self care and soul care.
I learned a lot as I recovered from an unexpected surgery. Consider this your reminder to yield, shed your stubborn ways, and seek help.
Why? Three letters that form my favorite question. I love asking why! Not to be obstinate or needling but to genuinely understand. When my curiosity is satisfied and I understand the inner workings of people, processes, or phenomena I find I’m able to be more effective, thorough or helpful. All pragmatics aside, understanding why alsoContinue reading “Chasing Curiosity”
There is no need to completely revisit who you are as one calendar year changes to the next. Focus on new perspective, energy, and goals but enjoy being the “same you.”
Establishing a word for the year is something I began a few years ago. I’ve never been big on resolutions but I do love setting my intentions for the year. Rather than making narrowly defined goals, I like to establish a feel and vision for what the new year and I wrap up that intent in one word.