All of this newness has been wonderful, but planning a wedding + starting a new job did leave my creativity tank close to empty. You’ll be hearing from me much more frequently now – on life, work, being a newlywed, and finding a #prettysmart way to manage it all.
Today we are talking about SAVING. Whether you’re saving up for retirement, a new home, or a new pair of shoes the principles remain the same. Listen, I’m not going to pretend I’m the queen of saving. I’ve had my weak moments. You’re talking to a girl who once bought a $1200 Chanel on a $40,000 salary. But that same girl now has 2 checking accounts, 2 savings accounts, and a thriving 401k game.
Hey ladies, It’s January… which means it’s time to set yourself up for a successful, fruitful year. So for the next few weeks, we’re going to chat about the always important, sometimes confusing, often taboo world of PERSONAL FINANCES. Now, don’t click away. I know you don’t want to talk about it, but we have…
Because being ‘busy’ and being ‘productive’ are not the same thing.
Worry much? We all do. How can we transform our worries into helpful, actionable items?
Focus. It’s easier than it seems. Take 5 minutes to fill in this nifty tracker, and your productivity will soar.
Too legit to quit? Consider this before you take the leap.
Let’s crush Monday, shall we? With this super simple tool, you can plan out your week AND master the dreaded Monday team meeting.
Without self awareness, we can’t move forward. So I’ve created an organized table that shows your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities & threats AND how those things impact your job. Knowing yourself? Done and done.
A useful tool that sorts your tasks by importance and urgency. The output? A perfectly prioritized list of to-do’s.