The most important life lesson that I've learned after one year of blogging, and how I plan to use it to help you.

“If it’s important to you, you will make it happen.” Last night, I was feeling overwhelmed with self-doubt and disappointment in myself for losing consistency and motivation for managing this blog. To be honest, while there’s been a lot going on in my personal and professional life in the last few months, I still sometimes beat myself up for not showing up and working on my blog more often. Some days I forgive myself. Some days I think, “You’re busy, it’s okay to take a break.” But then others are like last night, where I find myself in the ever popular “comparison trap” on whileRead More →

Learn seven ways you can stay motivated and work hard to accomplish all of your long-term goals, allowing yourself to achieve the life of your dreams.

It seems like during each new year, the concept of a “new year’s resolution” is slowly losing its appeal. More and more, you see bloggers and motivational speakers talking about how most people don’t keep resolutions throughout the year. Instead, they often recommend that you approach the new year with a different strategy, such as choosing a “word of the year” or setting smaller, month to month goals. I personally don’t think there’s a right or wrong way to tackle the new year because I’ve personally had success with both resolutions and scattered short-term goals. It all depends on the person, what works best forRead More →

Adulting is already hard, but having anxiety while you need to stay productive with your work and life makes it even harder. Here are five small steps you can take to stay productive when you struggle with anxiety.

We all know adulting is tough. The constant responsibilities and expectations to find and keep a solid job, eat right, stay healthy, manage your money, and somehow balance a social life and your sanity seem almost impossible at times. This is all even more challenging when you struggle with anxiety. You often find your mind racing a million miles an hour trying to figure out how to manage all of your responsibilities and your life in general. There’s even a small voice in the back of your head whispering, “You can’t do this, there’s no way. Why are you even trying?” I’ve been in yourRead More →

We’ve all been there. We all have days where it’s challenging to focus on our workload. At the end of the day you know you need to get the work done and excel at your job, but you need an extra push to get you back on track. Here are a few techniques that might help you gain motivation when you’re having an off day at work: Get Rid of Distractions Turn off your phone. Delete social media. Put the cell on silent. Social media can wait. If you’re like me and social media is a part of your job, try your best from gettingRead More →