Our days are made up of hundreds of minutes. If my calculations are correct, a day is made up of 1,440 minutes to be precise. Feel free to double check me, I was never that great at math. We always wonder where the time has gone. Years pass by so quickly. But those years are… Continue reading Making the most of your minutes
I’m an all or nothing kind of person. If I make a plan to do something, I DO it. I’m big on phases: whether it has to do with my make-up, fashion, diet, activities... a lot of these phases have cost me a lot of wasted money and time that I can never get back.… Continue reading Turn that quick Phase Into a useful Habit!
Title and Author: Building a Story Brand, Donald Miller Year Published: 2017 Page Count: 207 My Personal Summary: Donald Miller’s work is always impressive, even in this new genre of book. He is skilled at addressing his target market, and providing them with the applicable tools they need to succeed. He walks readers through… Continue reading Reading Recap – Building a Story Brand
I’ve heard many times how going to college to earn a degree is useless and a waste of time. People like to talk about how all you get from going to college is a couple of letters to put behind your name. Hiring managers are more likely to hire an employee who’s got a degree,… Continue reading Are Degrees Useless?
I'm always listening to podcasts! I don’t know why I’m so addicted to them, but I am. Anytime I find a new podcast, I get super excited, and can’t wait to share everything I’m learning with people around me. If you follow me on instagram (@goalgetterinsta) you've probably seen some of my favorites. Here are… Continue reading Adding to my Podcast Library – July
I haven’t been a full-time student for over 4 years now. I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree in May of 2014, and even though I’ve been working full-time ever since, I still have trouble adjusting in the summer time. Summer has always meant freedom from schedules, doing whatever I want, sleeping in, and having fun… Continue reading Setting Your Own Success Measures
I’m not big into politics. This is because I really don’t like conflict...my first instinct is to just run as far as I can away from conflict, and politics tend to involve lots of strongly held clashing opinions. Why can’t we all just get along? But in the times that I have followed politics, here’s… Continue reading Changing our Perspectives
Millennials and Gen-Xers are the generations of work/life balance. No longer is the workforce mainly comprised of those willing to sell their souls to the bottom line. Instead, it’s full of a majority of people who work to live. They spend 9 hours a day at a desk so that they can live life to… Continue reading What is Work/Life balance?
On June 30, 2018, Matt and I made our final debt payment. We both had roughly $85 thousand dollars of student debt, combined. It was all student loans - we both went to private undergraduate schools, and he went to a private school for his Master's degree. This was the first big challenge we ever… Continue reading We’re Debt Free!
Every year, I set goals in the following seven areas: Financial Intellectual Social Career Physical Family Spiritual Today we're recapping how I'm doing on my goals for 2018. Want to see the video where I first shared my 2018 goals? Click here!