Today we're wrapping up the Dream Life Series, featuring some of you in the community!
Answering your questions from the Dream Life Series about dealing with laziness, negative people, and self doubt. I thought I’d switch it up visually by taking you along with me on my short trip to San Francisco! I went to SF to speak at LinkedIn and had so much fun exploring and seeing friends!
It's time to clarify what you want and envision your dream life! Create a life plan using the vision exercises mentioned today.
Make people want to say “YES!” to you by creating so much that they can’t say no. Today’s guest, Lily Herman, is a freelance writer who has worked with publications like Teen Vogue, Glamour, Time, Cosmopolitan, and many more. Whether your craft is writing, design, or photography, this episode will teach you how to start and grow your freelance career.
Today I'm sharing a journaling prompt & exercise called Vivid Vision for envisioning the details of your dream life and dream day. This is an exercise that's helped me tremendously in my life. I keep my Vivid Vision notes on my phone and read them daily to remind myself of the life that I'm working towards!
How can we design our own ideal lifestyle? Listen as I chat with Kayla of #createlounge about intentional living, how to care for yourself, and making your life a masterpiece.
Let's make vision boards! Today I show you how to create a DIY vision board with magazine cut outs & glue. You'll also get to peek at my digital vision board from 2014 and my Current Me vs. Future Me doodles over the course of four years.
I've decided the five things that make up my dream life. This video is like a snapshot of my current mindset in life. It may change in the future, so I thought I'd capture this moment and maybe I'll compare how I feel a few years down the line.
In a culture where we're always striving for “more success, more money, more ______,” I've been “wanting” pretty often.
For so long I've been striving to create the life that I want—holding that big picture over my head and looking to the stars to my dream life. It's dazzling and wondrous. And it's always just out of reach.
Feeling excited for the fresh year? Put it to good use!
Today, I present five questions that will help you close 2014 with a bang and create an amazing year for yourself in 2015. The new year is probably one of my favorite times of the year because there is so much energy, hope, and drive to live our fullest…