Four years ago, I started the coolest self-help project by writing one sentence a day. All I had to do was ask myself, “What made me happy today?” It’s hard to define happiness as a whole. Why should you always look at the bigger picture when it’s the everyday moments that create the bigger picture?… Continue reading The Happiness Project
I can’t remember the last time I received a thank you note in the mail. Wait, the mail? As in an envelope, postage stamp, handwriting? People still do that? No. They don’t. Handwritten letters are a dying art that shouldn’t be. It’s all too easy to sit in front of a computer or phone and… Continue reading A Simple Way to Show Gratitude
You’re at an event and your friend touches your arm and says, “I want you to meet someone.” They introduce you to Joe Blow and you’re thinking, “What’s the best escape plan right now? Those pinwheel roll ups with the cheese and salami look good. How do I divert this conversation to go shove my… Continue reading Turning Small Talk into #realtalk
Knowing your worth is the first step… Why Mindy Kaling is the perfect example of this:
I wrote my first blog post on July 1st, 2014. A little over a year later, I’ve found my writing style has slightly changed, my blog topics are somewhat all over the place, and I haven’t been getting the response I imagined. I’ve read articles that tell me, “Don’t expect your blog to go viral… Continue reading Lessons Learned From One Year of Blogging
How a two hour hike can change your perspective on life and increase your happiness.
Planning a community event isn’t an easy job, which is exactly why I loved it so much.