Organizing for the Non-Type A

Hey, we all got a lot of things going on in our lives. From all your family and friends, home, and everything in-between. It can all get crazy trying to remember everything. Especially when you have to do it with other very unorganized people.

Don’t get me wrong, all of this can be very fun and exciting. But if you start missing import things, or at least forgetting until the last second then its nerve racking. And no one wants to feel that all the time.

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The Ultimate Goal Setting Sheets for Any Creative Project at Any Age

Isn’t it funny how so many of us think that we can’t do things because it’s too late? Like somehow the hourglass filled with sand can tell us time is running out and we’re stuck doing what we’re doing today forever. I call bunk on that!


It’s never too late to learn a new language, travel to a new corner of the world, or switching up your art supplies of choice.

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Finding Your Footing: An Introvert's Journey Through Career Building

We all see the people who seem to have the perfect life, the instant success, or the perfect family. But deep down, we know the perfect life isn’t real or attainable.


All we’re seeing when we look at Instagram or Facebook is a highlight reel, but life is lived behind-the-scenes. You don’t see the years of work, sleepless nights, or weekends when you don’t even shower.

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2 Key Ways to Set Boundaries as an Introvert

We all have varying degrees of boundaries, what we will and won’t accept.


Our boundaries are commonly found in our routines. We have a consistent pattern for times when we wake up and go to bed. We understand what days we need to work and others that are free.


While those boundaries are ingrained in us, we often forget to lay the same groundwork for setting boundaries with people in our lives. And sometimes we have to adopt stronger boundaries for certain people.

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