Happy October! In the name of margin, I’m changing up my goal posts a bit and keeping them short and sweet. It sounds silly but I feel like they’ve gotten longer and more drawn out. I now use 100 words to describe a 3-word goal. It’s too much! ; ) I feel like sticking to just the goals (for most!) will keep me taking action and not just talking about them. So here goes: SEPTEMBER GOALS RECAP 1. Have 5
It’s time to jump into to fall (according to the calendar, not hot and humid Louisiana weather! 😉 and for some reason, that fresh school supply feel is affecting me, even if I’m not cracking open a new notebook. The last few days, I have been more motivated than I have been in a while and part of me wonders if it doesn’t have a little something to do with refreshing my goals for this year and pruning them from
Hi friends! August. I love August. We have so many big things planned. Yearly pre-orders launch! (Sign up here to get notified when we reveal the covers! 🙂 ) Launching that podcast with the twin! Our 32 birthday. (Editing this post and realizing I’m actually turning 33.🙃 ) And putting finishing touches on our new collection that will launch in September. I feel like I’ve been working for 6 months on all of this and it’s neat to be in the
The first half of the year is almost done. Can you believe it? I know for me, this is a time when I reflect on my goals and kind of gauge on how they are going. It feels measurable to think “am I half-way there?” There might be goals on your list that you haven’t even thought about past February. I want to help!! Today I’m sharing some tips to help accelerate your goals over the next six months! 1.
Fun fact: My book The Finishing School started out as an idea for a journal on habits. (The final product was about 24 chapters basically on habits that I wanted to change related to prayer, distractions, self-control, Bible study, friendships, margin, joy and more). Suffice to say, I love habits and trying to figure out how to maximize my life with them. Not so life is boring, but so I can spend more time doing the things that are really important