personal development

Today on the blog, I'm sharing a Streaks app review – specifically sharing an honest review from my experience as to whether I think the Streaks app is worth the money. As someone with ADHD, I have tried a LOT of productivity hacks, systems and...
How to Earn XP Fast on Duolingo
Today on the blog, I'm sharing my tested method on how to earn XP fast on Duolingo. I use this method to earn 1,000 XP in a day! I've written a few posts on Duolingo, as I've been on the platform for 4...
best adhd products on amazon
Today on the blog, I'm sharing 4 items that I got on Amazon that have changed the GAME for me and my ADHD. I've blogged a bunch ADHD, from getting diagnosed to life hacks to specific tips I wish I...
Today, we're taking a break from editorial fashion and finance blog content to talk about a LOADED term that I hate to see: Affordable. I'm in a lot of really wonderful online communities, and I am so grateful for the admin...
how do I get support for my new business?
While I love writing about and making FASHION, I also have a deep love for personal development – and leveling up in my relationships and interactions with other people! As part of that love for personal development, I offer services as a...
Personal development blogger shares intro level book recommendations
I'm a big proponent of personal development, ie, "self-help books." None of us came to this planet with all of the information we need to build careers and relationships we love! I have all of my clients do 30 minutes of...
It's here!! It's finally here! I've been posting about my vision board on my Instagram Story and Twitter, sharing my process and BTS goodness – as well as tips and examples to help folks make their own vision board. (If you're like,...
Y’all I’m concerned. I’m concerned with the amount of bs coaching I’m seeing. And I’m not calling bs on specific methodologies or niches — variety is the spice of life, and what’s good coaching for a friend may not work for you.
I have a confession. I am a chronic "Interrupter." I don't mean to be. I am really interested in what other people have to say, and I'll ask 21+ questions to anyone willing to share. Buuuuuut in...
You are allowed to say, “No.” In fact, I encourage you to say “No.” Practice saying “No,” at restaurants when a waiter offers to refill your glass. Practice saying “No,” in your car. Scream, “NO!!” into your pillow or a soundproof(ish) space– maybe avoid freaking out your dog/the neighbors, mmmmkay? Sometimes, things...

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