TGIF friends! This is not my current view, but oh how I wish it were! I’m in my office today, not on a beach in Honduras. It’s been a long & busy work week, without time for much else. On the bright side, we booked another cruise for October & this time our families are joining us! We’ll be exploring some of the same places, but also some new places. Tonight I’m off to celebrate a friend’s birthday with a fish fry, then spend a quiet rest of the weekend at home. I’m hoping to get some of the clutter straightened up, catch up on some blog work, start putting together a website that I’m designing (my first, eek!), & get caught up on some work for my day job. Have a great weekend!
My birthday is at the beginning of May & always falls right around the Kentucky Derby. I’ve had more than one Derby themed birthday party, including the most fabulous 30th I could have asked for, but it’s always been dream to actually get to spend a birthday weekend at Churchill Downs. Since this wasn’t my year, I lived vicariously through Grace’s amazing weekend at the races!
So no one ever really wants to hear the harsh truth, but sometimes it’s good for you. Here are 4 Harsh Truths That Will Make You a Better Person. I promise they aren’t as bad as they sound!
Was she a German heiress? Was she a Russian nobody? How did no one in NYC’s social scene tell the difference? New York magazine uncovered how Anna Delvey spent years tricking NYC’s high society into paying for her lavish lifestyle. Seriously, you couldn’t write a better grifter story for our generation. It’s wild, it’s fascinating, I cannot get enough of this story.
There’s a lot of talk about working smarter, not harder – but what does that actually mean? According to this article, working smarter, not harder, means eliminating the unnecessary & focusing on a few, strategic priorities.
Ok, so I know that I’m a little behind the times on this one, but I just got my first set of PowerSheets from Lara Casey & I am OBSESSED! This little workbook (I got the six-month version) takes you through a deep-dive into your priorities & goals for the upcoming six-months. Then it helps you break down each goal into workable steps, based on either a month, week, or daily task. Each month has a page to track your progress on each task & you review your progress at the end of each month. Every three months, you review your goals, to be sure that they still align with where you are in life.
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