Finding simplicity in your life is about reducing the "clutter". Each individual person defines "clutter" differently. Here are some super easy things you can do to simplify your life.
As project managers, and human beings, we are prone to risk—risks of poor judgment, decision-making, and errors. Here are some reasons why, and some risk mitigation strategies.
In 2021, everything changed. I won't bore you with the details of why or how, but the outcome was clear: I was starting to burn out. I was no longer happy with my work or my life. I started to fall out of my routine, meticulously built on healthy habits. I felt lost, unfocused, tired,… Continue reading The Banana Bread Experiment
Doing anything in life, whether it's starting your own business or It comes down to having the right MINDSET and PASSION.
There are a number of mental health benefits to journaling. Here are the top benefits of journaling.
I've been a professional project manager for 15 years. I have worked in both the "corporate" world as well as an independent contractor and consultant. There are days where I love what I do. There are also days when I ask myself, WHY did I choose this profession? On the not-so-great days, I reflect on… Continue reading How to Become a Better Project Manager
Being a great leader can be difficult. How can you be accommodating, easy to approach and talk to, but still make sure your team remains professional and still things get done? Here's how to be a great leader.
Why do we say we will do things and then not deliver? There are a number of reasons why, but one of the primary reasons why is due to a lack of execution. Here's how to do more of it.
I'm not going to start off this blog talking about how horrible the pandemic has been. We were all there, we all know how horrible quarantine was, and we all know that times have changed. However, if working from home is a way of life now, here are some tips that can help (and that actually work).
What is happiness? This sounds like a ridiculous question to ask, but it's important. Here's what I have learned, and how to build your own happiness plan.
For us entrepreneurs, knowledge workers, and creative thinkers, living in the mountains can do wonders for mental health, creativity, and overall state of mind. I spent the winter of 2020-2021 in the state of Maine, and here is what I learned.
The journey to the top is a lonely one. Here are some tips for overcoming negative self-talk and self-limiting beliefs to get there.
In the last month, I've learned about the importance of "retraining my brain" to focus more on what matters most.
Creativity is fundamentally the process of making connections between different parts of the brain. And believe it or not, this is a process that you can perfect with practice, patience, and time. Here are some tips for generating new ideas, solving problems, and how to be creative.
The "Single for a Year" journey continues... And in the last eight weeks, it took a new turn. Although the journey is far from over, here's what I've learned.
Boundaries define who we are, and who we aren't. Here are some reasons why boundaries are important for our relationships, life, and happiness.
Here are some ways to love being single, the benefits of it, and what to do to embrace the experience for a better you.
If you're having a hard time organizing your life, here are some tips and tricks on how to project manage your life (even if you aren't a PM).
It happened again—another failed relationship. Another heart break. I'm embarking on an individual, year-long quest. I'm promising myself to be single for one year.
What I learned during my first year as a biker chick, and some tips for other fellow female riders.
Every life choice and experience encounters these two things...
Check out this eBook that I wrote and published, which serves as an interactive guide for navigating your own personal relationships, OR embarking on your own Single for a Year journey.