Over the course of this year I’ve unsubscribed from a ton of newsletters.
Some I didn’t read any more; others I had outgrown.
But some were bloggers whose work I used to love!
Today I want to share a simple exercise to help you feel good.
A friend told me about it, and I think we can all benefit from it.
For many of us, the topic of work comes up a lot.
More specifically: finding work we love.
Today I want to talk about something I expect we all do from time to time:
Putting off little jobs, until they become HUGE jobs in our head!
While I’m still feeling sad from the past few weeks (when I lost a friend), I also know the importance of looking forward, while keeping loved ones in your heart.
This week I’ve been thinking of ways I can honour the people I’ve lost... and one of those ways is to make our lives as rich as we can, with them in mind.
I went to a “gratitude and calligraphy” workshop at the weekend.
We reflected on our year... and then wrote some of our key words in calligraphy (in case you wondered how the two connected!)
Last week I had a total balls-up: I was meant to host a Live Chat... and I totally forgot!
I didn’t show up... to my own online event!
Last week I bought myself a sticker book (yes, an adult sticker book!), and I’ve been “stickering” most nights.
Today I wanted to share a tip that has been helping me.
It comes from Jen Dziura, who runs Get Bullish (the online community where I work as an accountability coach).
Jen was talking about ditching things that aren’t pleasurable or productive... and I thought, “This is PERFECT!”