Some of my very first blog posts have focused on the topic of time management. I’m passionate about discovering new ways to efficiently use my time so that I can have the greatest impact on my clients while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. The reality is, it will always be a work in progress and … Continue reading 5 New Year’s Resolutions for Better Time Management
5 Reasons We Don’t Keep the Goals We’ve Set
There’s a saying that a New Year's resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other. I think we can all relate to that notion to some degree. Now with several weeks of the New Year under our belt, the trendy appeal of setting a New Year’s resolution has worn off and … Continue reading 5 Reasons We Don’t Keep the Goals We’ve Set
A Low-Information Diet – The Solution for Overwhelm and Overload?
When I was in college I struggled with the perceived pressure to always be “in the know” with local and national media. As soon as I woke up I would turn my TV to the morning news as I checked emails and got ready for the day. On the way to class I would grab … Continue reading A Low-Information Diet – The Solution for Overwhelm and Overload?
The New Years Resolution of a Lifetime
I’ve never made a New Years resolution. Reflecting upon this single sentence, I’m amazed at how clearly it reflects the intricacies of my entire personality. First, I don’t like doing the easy, obvious or expected. In school, I would purposely choose to write a paper defending an opinion that was less supported and against common … Continue reading The New Years Resolution of a Lifetime