I made a post on Instagram Saturday morning in which I said instead of work-life balance, we should have Work-life Awareness. (I don't know if that's a term anyone else uses yet, but I'm using it now. If it becomes a thing, I'm claiming it as my own.) Anyways, I was making the point that … Continue reading Stop Stressing Out About Work-Life Balance
In my last post, Sorting Out Why to Say “Yes” and Why to Say “No” I pointed out that you should assess and understand why your initial reaction to an offered opportunity is yes or no, and I noted some good reasons why you might choose yes or no in a particular circumstance. In this … Continue reading Say Yes
Lately I've noticed that there is somewhat of a conflicting message on whether to say yes or no to new opportunities. If you are focusing on "work life balance," the message is to say "no" more often. If you are focusing on personal or professional growth, the message is to say "yes" more often. Here … Continue reading Sorting Out Why to Say “Yes” and Why to Say “No”
Have you seen Amy Schumer's movie, I Feel Pretty, yet? If you have, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it. If you haven't, don't worry, I won't spoil it for you here. I will just tell you that I watched it last night and want to recommend it to the following people: 1. Anyone … Continue reading What If You Loved Yourself As You Are?