Posts in Mindset
Summer Business Recap: Launches & Pura Vida

I’m writing you now from beautiful Santa Teresa, Costa Rica - where I’ve run away for a sort of end-of-summer celebration, so to speak! In the glorious past couple of weeks, I’ve said sayonara (or better yet, adios) to work of all forms and have been blissed out on sun, sand, and sleep (well - rest is more like it, but I had to carry on with the alliteration).

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How to Achieve Less "Busy-ness" and More Progress

I'll be the first to admit that seeming that we are busy all the time makes us feel like we're being more productive when we actually may not be doing much. I started to realize back when I was in university and later on into real-adulthood how common it was for people around me to be almost bragging about how much they had to do and how stressed out they were and how there just isn't enough time in the day.

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March Business Recap: B-School, Drunk HerStory, & Gifts from the Universe

I really feel like 2018 is flying by. Like, didn't we just ring in the new year and get back into our daily lives? I had a big France week in February with one of my best friends and already that feels like ages ago. So here we are in March. Love March. March is great. Spring's around the corner - even if it shows little glimpses of itself only to slam the door in our faces and come back in with cold fronts and tons of rain. But so is life - all for the good of the flowers and new life of spring, I suppose.

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How to Get Over 'Analysis Paralysis' and Get to Work

Let's be real. The most difficult part of starting something can be just sitting down and STARTING IT. That, paired with the seemingly endless options and choices around every corner vying for our attention, can make it doubly difficult. That’s why I’m here blogging today about the dangers of succumbing to paralysis by analysis in favor of making decision after decision and then pivoting or altering your course along the way. Here are my main thoughts about getting over analysis paralysis and getting to work. You'll thank yourself for it later on!

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Dear Friend, Please Never Feel Guilty for Charging Your Full Price

As female entrepreneurs and business owners (especially those who are just starting out), it can be especially difficult to stand true to our prices or even to get them to a high-enough point that you feel you’re really charging what you’re worth!!There’s a lot of work to be done around one’s money-mindset since we spend our whole lives with certain money stories that we hold to be true for us. 

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Why It's Time to Start Showing Up as the Person You Truly Are

Deep down, we know who we are and we know what sets are beautiful hearts and souls on fire. Why do we settle for giving those around us the "societally-acceptable" versions of ourselves. The versions that say "yes, I'm a responsible person and have a 'normal' job despite the fact that I'm working my arse off every other waking hour of my life trying to build something I'm 10000% more passionate about!" 

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My Massive Mindset Shifts in Two Months: What I Read, Studied, and Invested In

For this blog post, I wanted to dig a little deeper into my personal journey with opening up my mindset in terms of business, money, and just living an all-around badass life as a location-independent Squarespace website designer. Although the journey so far has been amazing, to say the least, it hasn't been easy. And anyone who has undertaken the task/process/journey of making major mindset shifts will let you know that it's no walk in the park. 

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How to Establish a Mindset Morning Routine (And Why You Should!)

Before recently, mornings meant grumpiness, refusing to let anyone speak to me before I’ve had some coffee, and overall slugging around missing my warm bed. I can honestly say all of that has changed for the (sooooo much) better. I now can’t imagine my morning without my cozy armchair, a mug of hot tea, my journal and my current mindset-focused book on my Kindle.

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