Do you have Consistency from your self-image? For example, when you’re not consistent with posting valuable content, why is that? How do you see yourself that’s preventing you from not consistently staying visible? This is something I recently had an
This is a new series for 2018 where I interview successful women who work from home on how an organized home office space has helped them be more productive in their business. Want to be interviewed for this series this year?
As a service-based business owner, our passion can turn us into workaholics. Our job or project is our new lover and it’s in the honeymoon stage. The longer this goes on, working too much begins taking a toll on our
Decluttering your home office doesn’t have to be overwhelming when you find motivation with a good cause.
Day4 of the #FeelGoodBlogging Challenge encourages us to open up and post 10 things you may not know about me. I’m an open book, so choosing which things to share was hard to pick.
I’ve never done a blogging challenge before so when Alex Beadon announced her #FeelGoodBlogging Challenge, I had to try writing 7 days straight. Today is day 1, (re) Introducing myself.
With all the excitement of house buying and a steady career, there is a new strange feeling. I’ve never considered myself particular in keeping my home neat and tidy. It’s always been more “organized clutter” because the space is too small.
Over the course of our relationship, we have searched for a home for over a year, all together. As with any big step in life, searching for a home can be exciting. At least at first.
As much as I adore Evernote to organize my thoughts and for clipping great articles and photos, I still really wanted to use Springpad because I prefer it’s “Thumbnail view” for easier scanning. And you can never have too many
What do you think of when you hear the the word “philanthropy” or “pay it forward”? I’m a huge fan of making someone’s day better and was brought up to help others in need and to love everyone. It makes