Don’t let all those productivity gurus on the internet make you feel bad for not wanting to wake up before the sun. It might not work for you to be up that early and that’s okay. As someone who will never wear a size 5 AM wake-up time, let’s normalize working with our circadian rhythms. […]
If you’re anything like me, you have downloaded and tried out countless apps from the Productivity section of the App Store. Maybe you have even paid for some of them. In the hopes that money would finally push you to get stuff done. And if you’re still on the same path as me, you’ve concluded
It’s okay to create through the chaos. Have you ever felt like you would never measure up to the 1% of top creators because you aren’t consistent, organized, or competent enough? I sure have. I’ve become much more self-aware over the last few years as I prepare to leave behind my twenties and enter a
Plus some takeaways to establish or improve your own routines and systems. A routine is defined as “a sequence of actions regularly followed; a fixed program.” I’ll admit, I spent a lot of time mentally planning out things I needed and wanted to do. Then unsurprisingly nothing would change. I realized I needed a routine.