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.
Going from point A to point B is uncomfortable for a while. But you have to go through the icky transitional phase in order to realize any real change.
It’s time to start maximizing the meaning in my hours rather than the billable rate they command.
We all allow crap and nonsense into our lives, and we all deserve better. I’d like to tell you how to take things from “meh” to freakin’ awesome.
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.
Getting healthier is no longer an “I should probably do that” thing. It’s an “I really need to do this because lately I feel like crap” thing.
All of these things are total time, soul, and life-sucks and if they’re currently part of your M.O., it’s time to kick them to the curb.
I can either create an environment in which I thrive, or I can neglect my environment and have it bring down everything I do. Guess which I choose?
2014 will be the year Quits get real and I start taking my everyday life more seriously. Want in? Read on!
One reader’s realization that it’s time to trust her own voice and creativity more, and worry about others’ approval less.
You want babies. I don’t. What else is there to talk about?
Folks, I have a confession to make. I’ve written and erased subject lines for Reader Quit articles more often than Cordelia’s Mom comments on her blog. (Which is so insanely adorable, isn’t it???) For over a year now, I’ve known I wanted to write for Cordelia’s blog, but I can never settle on a topic. […]
Having money is great…but not if it totally overshadows everything else in your life.
[Cordelia note: No, she is not quitting “dropping it like it’s hot”; she’s on a spree of Quits that in fact demonstrate an admirable ability to drop it like it’s hot.] My Superhero Origin Story I have been an overachiever since birth. My mom always tells me a story about how I came home […]
When you’re on your death bed, do you want to have played the role you were meant to play or pretended to be something you were not?
If worrying were a sport, I’d totally make the U.S. Olympic team. It’s an annoying talent to have, but a lifetime of practice means I’m pretty much a champion at sustaining stress. Examples from my life abound. I was almost completely silent—like, I didn’t talk to anyone—for two straight weeks leading up to cheerleading tryouts […]
Each quit is different, and each person quits differently. But here are some basic guidelines to get you started as you remove the crap from your life.
This is your life, and you’re deciding how you want to live it. It’s your call what stays and what goes.
One reader shares her decision to follow her passion, and let the money follow as it may.
Quitting sometimes gets a bad rap. And sometimes it should. Here’s what the GOOD kind of quitting looks like.