We’ve established the fact that I’m a bit of a nerd, right? My mom is a teacher, so I spent a lot of time in teacher supply stores growing up. Teacher supply stores = utopia for an academically minded youngster. They also equal the opposite of hours spent in Jo-Ann Fabrics, … [Read more...] about That time I bought a math workbook. For fun.
You can’t run before you can walk. You can’t leap up a full flight of stairs, well, ever. But you certainly can’t take the stairs two or three at a time before you’ve mastered one. I know, this is shockingly new information. I so want to skip ahead and be farther along than … [Read more...] about Win by taking it one step at a time
It's been an eventful few weeks. My four year old split his ear open and got 10 stitches in the ER. I interviewed for and got a new job. Which means I also had to give notice at my current job. It was our 8th anniversary. I'm participating in #write31days. We're … [Read more...] about Some days you just want fluff (and that’s okay)
A few months ago, I did a Minimalism Challenge with a group of friends. It was a great way to stay on top of doing a little each day and making forward progress with small blocks of time. It also highlighted a few of my own weaknesses when it comes to many goal-oriented projects … [Read more...] about What’s holding you back?
Do you ever have seasons where you realize that you really need to take your own advice? Yeah. Me too. In fact, it’s where I’m at right now. I see the words, “project manager. problem solver. simplifier” on my website header and cringe, because there are too many areas … [Read more...] about When you need to take your own advice