What is life without organization? Chaos. It's chaos. We believe wholly in Gretchen Rubin's "Outer Order, Inner Calm," because when life it chaotic, it is hard to focus. Here, you will find all of the strategies and techniques you need to organize your life - from your sock drawer down to those pesky finances you and your spouse argued about last night. We have you covered.

  • How to Effectively Use A To-Do List

    How to Effectively Use A To-Do List

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    Your To-Do List Will Never Be Finished, So Stop Trying To Get To The End of It I LOVE lists. I’m not kidding. I have lists EVERYWHERE. A grocery list, a list of yoga and network marketing videos I want to watch, a chore list, a list of business action …
  • Managing Your Time When You have Nothing But Time

    Managing Your Time When You have Nothing But Time

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    Quarantining has given us nothing but time, but sometimes, too much time can be counterproductive to progress. Learn how you can structure your time to maintain motivation and progress: I’ve always been a scheduler. I have daily agenda books, calendars, to-do lists, and schedules out the wazoo. Seriously. One look …
  • Progress, Meet Comfort

    Progress, Meet Comfort

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    Recognizing and Quieting Your Comfort Zone Voice Just six days before beginning self-quarantine, I sat in the back row of an Isagenix Super Saturday – an event designed to educate, motivate, and inspire current and prospective enrollees. The room was full with people like myself, eager to learn about how …
  • Challenge Yourself Everyday

    Challenge Yourself Everyday

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    Sometimes the day doesn’t go as planned – especially if you’re someone living with chronic pain. And that’s OK. I used to be one who would beat myself up when I didn’t hit my mark for a run – it would ruin the rest of my day. But somewhere along …
  • My 2019 in Pixels

    My 2019 in Pixels

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    Lately I’ve been writing about transforming your life and ways to take the first steps in developing healthier patterns. The first step in that transformation is self-reflection. There are many ways to reflect on your past, and there are many suggestions to organize your thoughts/days/months/years. Last year, I chose to …
  • Transformation 2020 – Step 4: Setting Intentions

    Transformation 2020 – Step 4: Setting Intentions

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    A few months ago, I was listening to The Adult Chair podcast titled The Power of Intentions. In this podcast, Michelle Chalfant described the difference between a resolution and an intention, and immediately I was hooked. We all know that resolutions don’t work – most of the time. If you …
  • Transformation 2020 – Step 3: Make a Declaration

    Transformation 2020 – Step 3: Make a Declaration

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    Today is the day that you decide who you are and where you want to go. If you’ve been following along with the steps to transform your life in 2020, you reflected on the past year and reminded yourself of your values. Now it is time to turn those values …
  • Transformation 2020 – Step 2: Examine Your Values

    Transformation 2020 – Step 2: Examine Your Values

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    In July 2009, I was on a plane on my way to Spain. I was running away from another failing relationship, spending money I didn’t really have to spend, and hiding from the truth I would only come to recognize six years later: I needed to change my life. I …
  • Transformation 2020 – Step 1: Self-Reflection

    Transformation 2020 – Step 1: Self-Reflection

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    I’m ashamed to report that a majority of my adult life – the time between my high school graduation and my 30th birthday – I didn’t know the power of reflection. I assumed that everything that was happening in my life was a result of things happening TO me, that …
  • What Does 2020 Look Like for You?

    What Does 2020 Look Like for You?

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    Let’s be honest. 2019 was rough. Based on the posts, funny memes, and comments I see as I scroll through FaceBook, most of you will agree. 2020 cannot get here soon enough. For many, midnight on New Year’s Eve ushers in a new beginning, a new year, a new chance …
  • See the Need. Be the Change.

    See the Need. Be the Change.

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    To The Man Stranded at the Gas Station: I saw you when I first pulled in. You were pacing around the gas station, phone in hand, anxiously scrolling. It was clear that you were making phone calls, and whoever you were calling wasn’t answering. I watched you approach another man …
  • Being Proud of Your Commitment

    Being Proud of Your Commitment

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    I’m going to brag for a minute because I’m proud of myself. Proud. It’s been made out to be such a dirty word – it’s unbecoming to be proud of oneself. It’s considered a deadly sin, to be proud. But when you work your ass off and you start seeing …
  • My Love Affair with Farmer’s Markets

    My Love Affair with Farmer’s Markets

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    I hate to spend money. I’m like a squirrel hiding away acorns for the winter when it comes to money. My anxiety has me believe that at any moment’s notice, my world can come crashing down at my feet, that I am one mishap away from financial ruin. While sometimes …