Currently I’m working through a hard season. I'm in a disease flare-up (severe exhaustion and pain) and a depressive episode. The two intermingle and make it a very difficult time mentally, emotionally and physically. The gravitational pull is hard to overcome and this is where self-care checklists feel almost impossible to accomplish. You're just in… Continue reading Returning to Work from Maternity Leave and Depression at One Year Post Partum.
You know that time... at the end of the day, when you are totally tapped out with your kids. Or, perhaps, when you are coming home from work a bit drained, and feeling entirely unprepared to step into "Mom?" with little people full of sparkles and light and energy, when that's hardly what you are… Continue reading How to Reset Your Mood, How to Reset Your Energy, How to Reset when You Return Home from Work to your Family
3 days ago, I had a long-awaited breast reduction surgery. It is hands down one of the best things that I have ever done and I am absolutely overjoyed with the results! As surgery day approached, I did find myself googling what the surgery was like, and recovery would actually be like, and I questioned… Continue reading What is Breast Reduction Surgery Like? What is the recovery like from Breast Reduction?
Choice. It goes hand in hand with freedom. Most of us associate having a choice with the ability to say "yes" or "no" or some variation in between. Choice also refers to how we think. The freedom to think in ways that serve us or harm us. The one trait that all disruptors have - people… Continue reading The One Thing all Disruptors Do.
Why read this article? I teach you how to become super productive + embrace the steep learning curve by sharing a technique that I use. It's all about embracing microtasks. I show you how much you can actually get done in 60 minutes of work, and why you should acknowledge each task. Reading time: 5 minutes… Continue reading Building a Business: Embrace the Learning Curve
The nuggets of wisdom I have pulled and applied to my maternity leave after reading The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo.
From a very young age I've been quite comfortable around technology. In fact, some of my earliest memories were helping my parents package up mid 1980s computer technology. Floppy disks (yes those strange things you inserted into slots in the computer hard drive) and dongles (no not a sex toy!) My crazy, risk-taker entrepreneur parents… Continue reading How to Have a Great Maternity Leave: Harness the Great World of Apps
There are several reasons I wanted to start reading again. First, I had come out of a year in which every ounce of my spare time (aside from full time work) was spent assisting others. I was caring for my Mum who had Stage IV lung cancer, caring for myself with hyperemesis in pregnancy, and… Continue reading GML Project: Read 1 Book Per Month
In Step 1 of the Conquer Kit (I am using this book by Natalie MacNeil to build my business from the ground up) there is a section on "Slaying your Dragons." Natalie is referring to the internal messaging that is not helpful to your goals, or your business. These internal messages are extremely limiting. It's quite… Continue reading Building a Business – Slaying the Dragons