measuring real success

I love a good thought-provoking question. I especially love thought-provoking questions when discussed within a group of close friends – a safe space for deep conversations. I have a game filled with these types of questions that I pull out sometimes when we have friends over and one of the questions I’ve asked most all of my friends is: what does success mean to you? Let me tell you, the answers have been fascinating.

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where i am: july 2019

I am content. I honestly didn’t know what else to write. I am busy and a little overwhelmed with all the things I want to get done but in the best way possible. I have so much content I want to create to help guide other people to be their best and design an incredible life for themselves. I LOVE coaching and I’m running full speed ahead with it. I’ve been heads down for the last few weeks just getting as much done as I can while at home and spending my time off really being off.

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a two month speed renovation

It feels like forever ago that we decided to pivot and do a smaller scale fix-up to the downstairs instead of the full renovation like we’d planned! I’m calling it version 1.0 and I’m actually so happy we decided to go this route. Honestly, just the sheer amount of painting and small projects is overwhelming so I’m not sure I could’ve handled a full renovation just yet.

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5 lessons learned from a non-traditional career path

It’s been a year since I quit my job. It also coincidentally almost coincides with my birthday which makes the reflection factor high. In case you need a recap, in the spring of 2018 I was seriously considering what I wanted to do with my life. I was tired of people asking me, “how’s work?” and only being able to reply with, “it’s fine.” By all accounts I was in a successful career that suited my strengths, but there was something missing. Finally, Seb and I decided that we had enough savings that I could quit and figure it out. Boy am I glad I did.

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are you self-sabotaging?

Have you ever heard of self-sabotage? Have you ever considered whether you have self-sabotaged before? I can almost guarantee that you have. Self-sabotage is exhibiting behaviors or creating problems that are contrary to your long-term goals.

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how to use law of attraction to: find a partner

Back again with the LOA how-tos! I know that there are a few areas of our lives that feel like a “big deal” compared to others. Things like career, money, and love. Today, I’m touching on the love topic - finding a partner! I’m so grateful for such a strong relationship that grounds me and I know others are seeking that as well. I fully believe that my energy around my relationship status (aka being happy alone while still expecting to be married eventually) helped me attract Sebastian and here’s what I have to say on how to start attracting your ideal partner:

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where to find modern, affordable rugs

I have spent what feels like hours sourcing rugs for our living room and bedroom so I thought I’d share the wealth of what I’ve found. I previously had a West Elm rug in our living room that I loved but it just wasn’t durable enough for a high traffic area with pets and I didn’t want to put that much money into another rug that would get beaten up. But I think I found the perfect solution!

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how to make decisions using your intuition

Most of our Western culture teaches us to look outside yourself for the right answers. Go to the college that has the best reputation. Pick the career that mentors or parents think you will excel at. When you’re struggling, ask others what they did when they were in a similar situation. Not that I think seeking advice is completely wrong, I just think we have the model a little backwards. Instead of researching and deciding for ourselves, we look at what has worked for others and make the same choices.

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law of attraction: discovering energetic relationships

I talked about the emotional scale and how it’s a great way to measure growth, but those same emotions can work on a smaller scale as well. Reading your energy around a particular subject is a great way to clear up little resistances that crop up from time to time.

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date night any night

Seb and I don’t often go on planned, formal dates so my date night outfits almost always involve some form of jeans. We’re just as happy eating pizza on the couch as we are in a nice restaurant (though I’ll never give up Gravy). Last weekend, Seb surprised me with horseback riding lessons (so fun!) and any home project that we’re collaborating on can be turned into date-night with the right attitude.

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