Advice

How to Organize Your Life: These are the Apps and Systems that Keep Me Sane

If getting your life organized is on your current to-do list or you feel like too many things are slipping through the cracks, then this post is for you. I have for sure been there and these organization apps and systems are what keep me sane most days… There’s no shortage of apps these days that promise to streamline communication, make workflow more efficient and ultimately lead you to being your best self. If we’re being honest, though, the systems and organization apps I use are really simple. First, they’re all …

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Living this crazy-wonderful-hectic-beautiful-life on my own terms

(This post is sponsored by Uber.) There are a lot of conversations happening about work-life-balance. How many hours is appropriate? Is it healthy to take your work home? To think about it on the weekends? “Unplug,” they say. “Put down the laptop,” others add. I get it. When I worked in television, I worked long hours, but I did typically know when I was “off”. There was a definitive line between personal and professional. (Although I did meet my husband at work, so lines get blurry, ya know?) What happens, though, when you create …

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The Effortless Chic Wardrobe Overhaul

Updating your wardrobe can seem like a daunting task, but I’m going to take you through the steps for a full and complete wardrobe overhaul without the stress! Create a stylish capsule wardrobe that will take you through everyday life, evenings out and business meetings. Find your style, identify the clothes you need, begin your style transformation and redo your wardrobe! We kicked off the year back in January with a simple wardrobe overhaul series over on Instagram— mostly because I was desperate for one myself and figured I …

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The Secret of Great Friendship with Ruthie Lindsey

I was looking on one day last week as my six month old baby watched her almost four year old sister, rotating from interest to joy to giddiness to giggles. The way she looks at her is so different than the way she looks at Parker’s peers when we pick her up from preschool. There is a bond forming already– a familiarity and the beginning of what will hopefully be a lifetime of friendship.  After all, friendship is innate.  It comes easier for some and harder for others, but you would be hard pressed to find a human who …

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