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minimize distractions

5 Ways to Minimize Distractions

You can do all the careful planning you want, and set goals for your time. But you can still get distracted and fritter the time you so thoughtfully planned away faster than rice through a colander. Today, I’m sharing 5… more →

People-Please

Resist That Urge To People-Please!

There’s something you want to keep in mind any time you’re tempted to people-please. And it’s this: everyone is on their own journey. Meaning, two things: There is only so much you can do for anyone else. You can’t make… more →

Dealing With Grief

And the Hits Just Keep on Coming- Dealing With Grief

The details of this pandemic and the implications it has on our lives is continually evolving. This week we should start to hear from colleges what they’ve decided to do for the fall. I’m sure elementary, middle, and high schools… more →

Agree to Disagree

Agree to Disagree

To help us navigate through tough discussions, we must first learn to agree to disagree. It is impossible for everyone to be right, because that’s what’s really at the root of the heated-ness of these disagreements. And let me tell… more →

Coping Mechanism

Question Your Coping Mechanism

There are probably things you’ve been doing to help you cope with these weird, weird times that maybe aren’t the healthiest choices. Could be something like staying up late, or eating lots of baked goods, or drinking a lot more,… more →

Haters

How To Handle Haters

Today’s topic is how to deal with haters. And I’m interviewing Harriet Marsden a British journalist who contributed eight chapters to The Feminist Book by DK Publishing and has a book called Don’t Lose Your Head coming out in early… more →

accept

Finding Your Way to Self-Acceptance

You don’t have to be perfect to love yourself. Self-acceptance–accepting the things about yourself that you might otherwise judge as ‘bad’–is a big piece of loving yourself. After all, love isn’t conditional. It’s not, I’ll love myself after I lose… more →

Wine or weed

Oh the Joy of Wine (or Weed) (or Both)

Real talk: Since quarantine started, I have been drinking a lot of wine. ESPECIALLY in the beginning, when one of the first things I did was order a case of wine (for curbside pick-up, naturally). It was kinda like I… more →

judgement

Your Ticket Out of Judgment-Land

Did you ever see the play or the movie Les Miserables? It’s a deep story about redemption and loss and all the grand themes, but one of the most critical is the battle between judgment and grace. If I say… more →