If you asked me six months ago what I had planned for this spring, it would include going to day parties, happy hours, going for walks outside, and traveling. Unfortunately, many of us have to put our spring plans on pause and stay indoors in an effort to practice social distancing. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we’re currently living in a time where things are becoming more unpredictable by the day. To keep from going insane or panicking, the most we can do is to focus on the things we can control and less on the things we can not.
I know at any given time, many of us feel like there’s not enough time in the day. If you’re anything like me, you’re probably balancing work, school, a social life, building a business, trying to stay fit, and trying to maintain your relationships with loved ones. How can anyone do this without breaking a sweat and feeling like they want to pull their hair out? I’ll tell you, how, by increasing your productivity. Productivity is the key to better time management and improving your life overall. Do you know how much more you can achieve daily, or weekly if you simply eliminated all the time you spent working on things that don’t matter? If you want to know how you can boost your productivity and get shit done once and for all, keep reading.
Ladies, what does success mean to you? Is it a thriving business? Fulfilling and exciting career? A happy marriage and healthy kids? Or the ability to travel and see the world at your leisure. The answer will vary from person to person. But if you’re reading this blog, you’re striving for success in your life, because that’s all I talk about! I’m certain many of you have other influential, powerful and successful women you look to for inspiration. Some of my personal favorites are Oprah, Michelle Obama, Beyonce’ and Rihanna. What do all of these women have in common besides there all-around fabulousness and success? They’ve honed in on their habits. Keep reading to learn the habits of successful women.
Do you find yourself dragging yourself to the gym? Do you dread every second of your fitness routine? Or maybe you just hate working out. You feel guilty for feeling this way, but you can’t seem to find the motivation you need to exercise. If you answered yes to any of these questions, here are 10 things you can do to fall in love with working out when you hate it.
When’s the last time you picked up a book and actually read it? Do you find yourself wanting to read more, but can’t ever find the time to do so? Keyword being: TIME. I get it, adulthood is real, and you may not have as much free time on your hands in comparison to your younger years. Luckily for you, I have some helpful tips that can help you read more books. Keep reading to find out what they are!