I am 100% a morning person to my core. I love my morning coffee. I love watching the sunrise. I love having quiet alone time to myself. And even though I do love my sleep, waking up early and blogging, goal setting, meal prepping and getting workout’s in before 8 am just makes me giddy with excitement. It just feels so good when I finally “start” my workday, knowing I got my most important things done first.
My morning routine and starting my day on the right foot is a game-changer for me and has made a huge impact on the way I approach every workday. Continue reading “5 Things to do to start your morning”
In our society today, once fall hits it is officially the time of “pumpkin spice” everything. We’ve got the pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin candles, and every pumpkin-flavored treat you can imagine. Anything and everything you can consume or smell, has a pumpkin stamp on it and is sold and posted everywhere.
But I have to be honest with you…I don’t get the hype. There it is! I said it! Continue reading “Apple EVERYTHING”
The three C’s and how they can apply to anything in life. Clarity, Confidence, Compassion.
I started my 200 hour yoga teacher training program about 3 weeks ago. It was something I always wanted to do and there was an accelerated program being offered at the studio near me, so I decided to take the jump and enroll. And BOY do I LOOOVE it. Love love love love it. I have loved yoga for so many years and finally taking my learning to the next level is just so interested and intoxicating. This is probably going to be the first of many blogs that I write about my experience, just a heads up. 😉
Last week, we learned about “teaching fundamentals” and we went over “The 3 C’s”. The 3 C’s are characteristics you want to portray throughout your class. They are Clarity, Confidence, and Compassion. Continue reading “The 3 C’s To Live By”
This past weekend I traveled to Chicago to go to a Notre Dame Game with my husband and his best friend. It was epic, as tailgating and watching a college football game often is.
But as I was packing for the trip I noticed that I was writing down a checklist of things to have for my flight. Of course these items didn’t include the most important things that would actually get me ON the flight (ticket) and TO Chicago successfully (credit card and license), because for some reason that’s not where my mind goes to when writing a list of the things I HAVE to have on my flight.
For me, the most important things in my bag are items that help make the flight a healthy and occupied one. Here I am focusing on keeping it a “healthy” flight because I just need a good book and I am occupied for hours. Continue reading “My Must Haves When Flying”
In life, we all have our own mindsets around money. Some of us hate it and think it’s the root of all evil, some of us see it as a means to get by, some of us see it abundantly, some see it as hard to get, some see it as easy to get. The list goes on and the opinions change drastically with each person.
These mindsets and beliefs around money are often times rooted from our upbringing. They are mostly because of the beliefs that were instilled in us or experiences we had with money while growing up. These beliefs differ DRASTICALLY from person to person. Continue reading “Top 4 Books on Money-Mindset”
I was driving home from a pure barre class this past Saturday morning, and I thought about my weekly workouts. I had just bought a new class pass to Pure Barre and was thinking about all of the different studios/gyms/workout classes I have memberships to that I use on a weekly basis.
It got me to thinking more about my overall workout routine, how drastically it has changed over the past couple of years, and how many different workouts I currently do, have done and tried.
Today I thought I would share a bit with you about the different types of workouts I do, and my overall philosophy around working out. Continue reading “4 Rules When Starting a Workout Routine”
Working remotely has become not only a common practice in companies today, but it has almost become expected by candidates to be able to at least one day a week. I found a study to back this assumption and it said that 70% of people globally work from home one day a week, then there is another 50% work remotely half of a week. As a recruiter talking to people all day, I have found that a lot of candidates won’t even be interested in a role without being able to work from home at least one day a week. Then, in that same article my observation was backed by a study claiming that ⅓ of workers would change their jobs for the ability to work from home.
Now that I have been working remotely for 2-3 days a week for almost three years, I completely understand WHY people love to work from home and why they require it.
The reasons I love to work from home are:
I am more productive.
I spend less time commuting.
I get to wear pjs or sweats all day.
I am more relaxed and less stressed during the day.
**It allows me to have more time in a day while still getting in a full day of work. Continue reading “How I Work From Home”