I’ve been cruising through the 4-Hour Workweek – just crushing right along through it – and I’m learning SO much.
People have small dreams, fulfilling dreams, that are often put off for years or never realized at all.
I know “dreams” and “goal-setting” start to feel a little hippy-dippy-lets-go-make-a-vision-board, but think of it as a checklist to getting from point A to point B. You’re awesome and you want to do awesome projects and learn how to do awesome things.
Tim from the 4-Hour Workweek says it’s important to put a three-month deadline on most of these projects.
By setting a three-month deadline, you light a fire in your gut that says, ”The time for this is not later. The time for this is now.” (more…)
Surviving a winter in Boston grants you admission to an exclusive club. This club is full of people who will bundle up and brave the elements for a grilled cheese. These people are hardcore and never sacrifice comfort and warmth for style. It’s just not possible. Here are a few tips for new northerners: (more…)
Small talk is the actual worst. You both know you’re doing it and you don’t want to keep doing it but you’re not quite sure how to stop doing it. At holiday parties especially, people tend to revert to small talk, so any diversion from this horrible pit-from-300 trap will help you charm the socks off of everyone. (more…)
I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Dunkin’ Brands. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
The few weeks of limbo between Thanksgiving and Christmas bring about a whole season of laziness. The lack of motivation runs deep. Mornings are tough because all I want to do is curl up in bed and not move, but my to-do list calls me out of bed. (more…)