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The unexpected way my meditation boot camp may be working

The unexpected way my meditation boot camp may be working

I pick an activity to do each month for every day. I’ve had a dry month, studied language for fifteen minutes a day, tried to post a blog a day, and now, I’m meditating every day. I found a simple app to track my meditation boot camp, conveniently called Simple Habit. This free app has seven-day sequences of five-minute mediation sequences. There are also premium […]

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How to make a vision board that works for you: 2018 edition

How to make a vision board that works for you: 2018 edition

Last year, I made a Vision Board as the cover for my agenda, so I would see it first thing every day. To do so, I used the eight categories: Career, Finance, Health, Personal Growth, Self-care, Spirituality, Friends and Family, Romance. I created manageable mini goals for each category that fit the “SMART” (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Result-focused, Timely) criteria. Then I tried to find visual […]

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9 by 29 on the 9th Project Pan

9 by 29 on the 9th Project Pan

I turn 29 on February 9th. My birthday is a big deal to me. My primary love language is gift giving, which means that any gift giving or receiving holidays are huge to me. For Christmas this year, I’d finished all of my shopping before December even started. Since my birthday is so important to me, I set a lot of things around it. In […]

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About me: Nebraskan by birth. Notre Dame ’11 by choice. Spent a year living in Poland with the Fulbright program. History M.A. Living, breathing, marketing the travel industry.

 

Writes about: List making and productivity. Travel. Self improvement. The Bachelor/Bachelorette. Makeup. My summer mix series.

 

Likes: My dog. Collecting snowglobes. Too many television shows. Concerts and festivals. Wine, craft beer, old fashioneds, and cigars. Thinking about my imaginary PhD thesis entitled, “Every Rose Has Its Thorns: Television Tourism, Cultural Appropriation, and Sexualization of the ‘Native’ on The Bachelor.”