For me, so-called retail therapy has always been my version of self-care and stress management. So, I shouldn’t have been surprised that when things got crazy I returned to what I’d always known.
I used to think vision boards were a waste of time until this month, when a series of storms prompted a change of heart.
I’m not buying anything in 2020. This isn’t a new year’s resolution (resolutions are just a waste of time, imho). This is about a lifestyle change and something I’ve been…
Over the course of this decade, I was consistently inconsistent. I started blogging but didn’t always do it monthly, I took up running but still don’t do it regularly. Consistency is key to success.
My plan didn’t factor in multiple moves across the country or layoffs or delays–the unforeseen things that *seemed* to slow me down.
There’s so much to be found in the quiet when the pace is the complete opposite of my everyday.
These first ten months of marriage made me realise where I still need to grow as a leader: I hear, but I don’t always listen.
One of the key questions I grappled with as I moved into the next phase of my journey was purpose: why am I here? Why do I do what I do?