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Why we fight for our own busyness.

Here in the U.S. we celebrate a national holiday called Labor Day. It was originally started to pay tribute to the efforts of all the workers in the labor movement which catapulted the U.S. in the production of goods. It's also intended to be a national day off. A...

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Want to travel more often and with ease? This will help.

As you can see, my husband and I travel a lot.  We're currently in Cuba learning about the people, food and culture of this vibrant country. We've been soaking up every ounce of what it means to check this location off of our bucket list. I know it can be easy to see...

What makes you feel extremely capable?

I've been thinking a lot about overwhelm lately as I continue this month long series on busyness. Whether or not you have a full calendar you can still feel the heavy-weight-on-your-chest feeling of overwhelm. I realized in the last week that overwhelm can stem from...

How much is your busyness really costing you?

We've been focusing on busyness for the month of January and I'm guessing when you think of busy you picture someone rushing through their day, short on time and feeling overwhelmed. You imagine that gogogo franticness as the norm. That's what busy looks like on the...

Why Richard Branson is Keeping You Busy

Don’t be confused by the title. I admire Richard Branson. He’s created so much, seems to still be a nice person and continues to be generous with what he’s acquired. Plus I’d love to go to Necker Island one day. But every time I see Richard Branson I get this image....

Letting go of a busy life to make space for a full one.

First published in The Unmistakable Effect, a monthly digital magazine to get you stoked on winning at your own game. Morning routines, meditation, procrastination tips, exercise, eating well, focus, sleep, doing the work on your business and yourself. You’re a go...

Avoid burnout by paying attention to this ONE area of your life.

As I'm writing this I'm also preparing to go on vacation to Florida with my husband and in-laws. Just like every other time we travel it's been a rush to be ready. Finishing up work, getting the house cleaned up and packing in time to make it to the airport. It never...

My Review of Money Bootcamp: The Good and The Bad

Four years ago I was introduced (virtually) to a woman named Denise Duffield-Thomas. She is a down-to-earth, hold-nothing-back, straight talking Aussie who speaks to all things money. Or most things I should say. Her focus is money blocks. I followed her for awhile,...

The Magical Parts of Lifestyle Design

On Saturday when we arrived at the Ryder Cup the energy was so palpable. We instantly felt excited, rushed and confused about where to start. We just kept walking and asking each other out loud "Where should we go?" Even though neither of us had ever been to a pro...

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