It’s all too easy to let your happiness fall to the whims of external factors . But ultimately, it all comes down to you.
Do you ever feel like you should love something just because everyone else does? Then this post’s for you…
You can’t compare your skills against someone else’s. All that matters is that you do what you were designed to do—and you do the everloving shit out of it.
Sometimes, you have to take things into your own hands. Like Anne Belov did with her new book, Pandamorphosis.
It’s time to stop asking yourself “what if” — and start asking “why not?” instead.
We constantly sell ourselves short, downplay our skills and accomplishments, and kowtow to whatever crapportunity is tossed our way. I call “Bullshit!”
Sometimes the best self-help guru you will ever find is that sinking (or soaring) feeling you get when your gut reacts to something.
The biggest things I’ve learned from one full year of freelancing full-time (that I so wish I’d known when I started).
Living intentionally is all about turning off the autopilot and really examining why it is you do the things you do. And calling yourself on your own B.S.
Quitting your job, finding “the one,” moving to Tahiti, winning the lottery…Nothing will make you you really, truly happy unless you learn how to BE happy.
Being defined by a single job title alone is so 20th century.
If you have any interest in becoming a freelancer writer, or taking your career to the next level, I’m teaching a must-enroll course.
We worry so much about what we think we ought to be that we don’t even notice when we find out what we really are.
I am officially announcing my resignation from busy-ness, 24/7 hustle and being always plugged in and ushering in a new, singular purpose for this year and this blog.
One reader stops caring what other people think of her dreams and takes the bold step to go after them.
Since I rarely talk about my bipolar disorder on this blog, I thought it was time to bring it back up as a quick public service reminder of a couple things.
Circumstances mean nothing. Limitations mean nothing. Obstacles mean nothing. It all comes down to you.
When you screw up, you have two choices: Hit “reset” and move on, or let it tank your whole day. Time to take your hand off the ripcord…
[Part of my mission to “live deliberately” involves ruthlessly cutting out anything that saps my time, energy or money to no good end. I’m calling these things my “Quits,” and this is one of the many items that have found themselves on my Quits List.] Sometimes, it takes a while for a Quit to […]
Something just out of my reach has been bothering me. A couple of years ago during a 31-mile run as I was training for my first 50K, I got this little niggling pain in the back of my thigh. It wasn’t enough to stop altogether, but it was annoying and took a lot of the […]