Many of my clients are trying to reduce the number of hours they spend online. A study by USC Annenberg’s Center for the Digital Future found that Americans spend about 24 hours a week online. How crazy is that? The thing is, if you have your own business, you have to spend a certain amount … Continue reading 5 Tips for How to Do Outreach Online Without Feeling Icky
I'm sooooo busy. I was going to do ______, but then ______ happened and I didn't have time. I'll start ______ after ______ is over. I'd love to do ______, but ______ takes up all of my time. Sound familiar ( : ? Making time to do the things you really want to do whether it's … Continue reading 5 Ideas for How to Find Time for the Things You Really Want to Do
If you're not making progress on your Big Vision, try these questions to uncover ways to increase your enjoyment and get real about your resistance.
As the season of intense rain in Northern California winds down, it's time to face the tremendous amount of weeds taking over our front yard. This medium-sized triangular patch is full of sprawling clover, tough grass, dead dandelions, and scary spiky plants. I actually like gardening. When we first moved into our home, I took … Continue reading Weeding, Small Steps, and Finding Time
I haven't posted in a while for a number of reasons that could be tossed into the bucket we call "busyness," but the reality is, I've been having a bit of writer's block, and being busy was easier than dealing with it. Ironically, being busy is a terrible way to move through writer's block. As … Continue reading Are You Hiding Your Writing Behind Busyness?