Social Media Content Calendar Templates

Hi all! It’s been a long time since I posted but today I had a chat (online of course) with some peers who were looking for some good templates to help plan their social media content, including blog content, Facebook, Twitter and the whole menagerie.

You can easily find a few free online courtesy of great firms and industry leaders like Vertical Measures and Hubspot. With that said, I’m the type of stubborn person who has to find the exact right way to do it for me so that it fits my weird little brain. My brain requires flexibility, and being able to find information easily after the fact since I forget it almost instantly.
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Posted in Social Media

Slow On Purpose

A few years ago, I had a big win in my personal health after a long slog of feeling lousy. With it came an abundance of mental and physical energy. I got really busy then, meeting new people, learning new things, and growing my professional network. After two years, I burned out and had no idea why. One afternoon, laying in the warm sun with the sole purpose of getting a tan and reading a book I “should” finish, I accidentally relaxed. My mind quieted down and my stomach un-knotted so much that I realized something was off. Way off. Read more ›

Posted in Goal Setting, Success

Tanning, Teasing, and Closure

I know you’re not supposed to care about what your exes – or ex-friends – think of you now but I’m going to spit in the face of this norm because I have something very important to announce:

I HAVE A TAN.

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Posted in Relationships

6 Months and Counting

My 30th birthday is 6 months and 8 days away. I’m not yet having a Friends-style meltdown, but I’m beginning to see why people do. Read more ›

Posted in Goal Setting, Personal Goals

What I’m Thankful For

Do you ever have one of those moments where something completely knocks you out of your bubble?

A few weeks ago, I was walking to my car and I realized I was living in one, only because something knocked me clean out of it. The bubble I was stuck inside of was the lull of a good family.

I’m facing some medical procedures and, although not life-threatening, it’s caused my family to rally. Schedules are being rearranged and phone calls have increased. This is something both sides of my family have been good at for a long time, since before even I was born. Maybe it’s something lots of families are good at but I can only speak for my own.
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Posted in Love, What Really Matters