Navigating Sensitivity in Communication: Why to stop using “why.”

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Certain words hold significant weight in language and communication beyond their literal meanings. One such word is “why.” While often used innocuously to seek understanding or clarification, its impact can be unexpectedly triggering for many individuals. The reasons behind this sensitivity lie in its potential to evoke feelings …

What do you want your personal brand to say about you?

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I am passionate about learning. This passion generally leads me to immerse myself in ADHD, brain-related, and business-related education. (I also read fiction, but for a totally different reason.) Podcasts are an easy way for me to consume information. It’s easy to queue up a podcast and listen during what may be …

Embracing Kindness: The Transformative Power of Small Acts

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In a world often characterized by its hustle and bustle, where success is frequently equated with ambition and competition, it’s easy to overlook one of the most powerful forces available to us: kindness. As we celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week, it’s an opportune moment to reflect on …

What’s the personal harm of comparing ourselves to others?

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“Never compare your insides to everyone else’s outsides.” ― Anne Lamott  Have you ever caught yourself thinking . . . “I want to be like Susie; she’s so organized.” “I want to be like Kathy; she has great hair.” “I want to be like Janet; she is an …

Looking for more efficiency? Start with small changes to daily habits.

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One of my favorite James Clear quotes: “If you can get 1% better each day for one year, you’ll end up 37 times better by the time you’re done.” Change is hard. It is even more challenging if we are trying to make significant changes quickly.  But, much …

Having a planner is just the start. Here are seven steps to using it most effectively.

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NOTE:  Although this blog is about portable calendars and planners, I highly encourage everyone to have a large wall calendar within sight of where they spend their time. Whether it’s the kitchen or the office (or both), a well-placed wall calendar offers a different visual perspective on the passage of time. ______________________________________________________________________ …

Choosing a planner can be daunting. Do you know which one is best for your brain?

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NOTE:  Although this blog is about portable calendars and planners, I highly encourage everyone to have a large wall calendar within sight of where they spend their time. Whether it’s the kitchen or the office, a well-placed wall calendar offers a different visual perspective on the passage of time. ——————————————————————————————————————– Where …

How I disconnected from work and reconnected with my loved ones.

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I love what I do. Connecting with clients brings me incredible joy and satisfaction, so it’s hard for me to step away.  But I did, and I’m so grateful for the experience. I recently returned from a two-week trip to South Africa.  It was an amazing adventure, learning …

Are you underestimating the power of sleep rituals? Don’t.

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In our fast-paced, technology-driven world, the importance of a good night’s sleep often takes a backseat to the demands of daily life. However, the key to unlocking a restful and rejuvenating sleep lies in the often-overlooked realm of sleep rituals. These intentional practices can create a serene bedtime …

Yes, you have ADHD. But are you letting ADHD define who you are?

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Fortunately, by now, most people are believers that ADHD exists. Finally! ADHD is not a myth or an excuse. ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects both adults (6.8%, Forbes) and children (9.8%,  ADDitudemag.com). Individuals with ADHD are NOT: Unwilling to apply themselves or try hard enough. Unconcerned about others. Unable …