It sounds so easy, but why is it so hard? I can't tell you how many times I've started and stopped a project in my life. How many times I've given up. How many times I've let rejection or others criticism define me.
As a career and business coach I often get consultation requests in which I have prospective clients complete a questionnaire and almost unanimously, the clients talk about fear, uncertainty, or lack of clarity holding them back in their careers or businesses.
So you may know about my recent obsession with Bumble BFF, if you don't read about it here.
Well last week one of my matches invited me on a group date with some other Bumble BFF's. She actually invited me and another one of my friends on the app, who ended up bailing and deleting her account (#LifeofanIntrovert):
Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve been obsessed with television. I even convinced my neighbors that I had a brother named “Robbie” (like the brother in the 90s classic “Dinosaurs"), who was away in the military, and that they shouldn’t bring him up to my mom because it made her sad. I also used to blame everything on Belle (from Beauty and the Beast).
This movie is so millennial, I literally can't even... and if you haven't checked it out on Netflix yet, I recommend you do ASAP.
Amy, played by Emma Roberts, is our 22 year old protagonist. It should be noted, if you are not okay with dark humor and politically IN-correct jokes, do not watch this movie... for example, it starts with Amy mimicking Sylvia Plath's suicide by placing her head in the oven, only to stop herself a few moments later as she realizes she's committing "suicidal plagiarism".
April is National Stress Awareness Month and this April seems more stressful than any April has before! Is anyone else experiencing drastic life changes lately? I feel like every week a different area of my life is being flipped upside down on it's head, and practicing stress reduction techniques are more important than ever for me!
In business we write mission statements to show our consumers our heart and soul. A mission statements showcases that we are more focused on a movement than money. It brings employees together, it bonds us with our consumer, and it acts as a guiding light when we are tested or challenged.
When applying to college we write a "personal statement", similar to a mission statement, but
I love Holidays! In general, I totally buy into the festivities no matter what religion the holiday belongs to. I just love how they bring people together and usually have yummy food and fun crafts surrounding them! Last Easter, Lauren Conrad posted these cuties:
Ever since Tinder and Bumble launched, I’ve been in a relationship… so while I understand the concept of these apps, they’ve always been a bit foreign and out of reach for me. Then I saw that Bumble released its BFF feature!
Reading books is a great way to become a lifelong learner who soaks up knowledge for future use. A good book can bring positive, lasting changes to one’s life, I would know. I bought “The Defining Decade” by Dr. Meg Jay after seeing rave reviews on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, USA Today, and The New York Times. Let me say, this purchase was totally worth it and I made a promise to myself: I would live every day of my life with purpose from that day forward. I wanted to share with you some of the books that have shaped my twenties: