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    The idea of planning and setting goals used to scare me. Like, that would actually entail commitment to something. Then, that makes me responsible! Since 2018 started, I’ve been intentional about setting my monthly goals, and I’m PROUD to say I accomplished my goals for January TWO weeks in! Actually, I surpassed them. I have no idea why I waited so long to get on this, but I’m glad I did. If you’re intentional about making progress in your life,…

    January 19, 2018
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  • It’s 2018. Now, everyone has access to a computer. You can get a business up and running within a day. To set yourself apart, you need to bring something to the table that others aren’t.  I started reading a book called, “Purple Cow” by Seth Godin. The book starts with a metaphor to illustrate this. Picture yourself on a long road trip. You pass by some fields and see a TON of cows. It’s fascinating at first, but after a…

  • Growing up, I always had a sense of who I thought I’d be. I pictured myself as a woman working in corporate, moving up the ranks to an executive level position. I wanted to be the best at what I did in my industry. I wanted to get to the highest position I possibly could, where money would never be an issue. I thought that’s what would make me happy. All of my plans derailed when I was laid off…

  • What are the biggest dreams in your life? What’s holding you back from accomplishing them? Fear, insecurity, judgement? Growing up, I have always been fascinated with magazines. I subscribed to almost every woman’s magazine there was: Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, and more. Getting the monthly issue was like opening presents on Christmas day. I appreciated looking at the physical layout, colors, images, and text. How everything was formatted on a page. Around 2013, I noticed things started making a shift towards digital. People were…

  • Whether we realize it or not, we’re selective about a lot of things — who we date, what we eat, how we spend our money, who we spend our weekends with, and how we spend our time. Besides, if we had no standards when it comes to how we invest our time, that would just be a big waste, AMIRITE? Maybe you’re like me, you find yourself trying to stretch yourself thin, and attend to everything that’s presented to you.…