I’ve found a way to get paid for each writing retreat I take. Here’s how Rover helps me finance my writing with my love of puppies.
We live in two rooms in my in-laws’ basement. Here’s what our alternative tiny home is really like.
I lost a lot over the past year. But here’s what I gained.
Shit happened. Here’s what it was, why I’m back, and why I hope you’re still with me.
Your life is only as good as the people you allow into it. Here’s why toxic people should NOT be on the guest list.
Mental illness doesn’t have rule your life. One reader’s decision to start running towards the light at the end of the tunnel.
Do you need to quit… quitting? One brave reader shares her story as a recovered Quitter-gone-wild.
A collection of some of my favorite inspirational quotes to make your day (slash-life) a little better.
You can psyche yourself into situations as much as you can psyche yourself out of them. So why not use that force for good rather than evil?
Forget the latest freelance productivity fads and promos; the secret to success is finding YOUR best productivity groove. Here’s how.
If this day were being recorded for posterity, what would you want future generations to see about who you are and how you lived your life?
Most things in life come with risk, but if we let our fears steer the wheel, they will keep us from the good outcomes as often as they keep us from the bad.
Screw your secret shame over your oddball interests. Because as long as they make you happy, then they are awesome, and that is all that really matters.
When you see your readers only as dollar signs, you will lose them (and all the money they’d potentially spend on your stuff).
Inner critics make shitty coaches. Don’t mistake challenging yourself with being a complete and utter bitch to yourself.
You may not realize it in the muck and the mire of the day-to-day, but you have a crazy amount of things to be grateful for. Here’s how to remember that.
Self-improvement shouldn’t make you feel miserable; it should make you feel empowered, optimistic and excited. If it doesn’t, you’re doing something wrong.
You have to allocate your time and energy to the things that give you the most personal ROI — and allow you to give the most ROI to the world around you.
The Way Things Are is, quite frankly, a shitty story to live by. So why do so many of us resign ourselves to it?
It’s so easy to dismiss the importance of the small actions we take each day in pursuit of our goals. But each one is a triumph, and each one deserves celebration.