Tag: dreamlife

Whoa, hello there friends! It’s been a hot minute since I’ve written a post on here! Thanks for being patient with me while I worked out the logistics of balancing my life. I’m now back at school and although my workload is heavy I do actually have more free time to spend on writing stellar content, so that’s what I’m here to do!

As I said, this year I decided to go back to school for entrepreneurship at one of the colleges in Toronto.

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HI! It’s Erin.

I’m super fired up today. Get ready for some major realness / epiphanies / stuff that will maaaybe change your life.

Okay, so the past few months have been massively transformational for me. Not easy, holy shit not easy at ALL. It wasn’t what I expected, but I’ll talk about that specific part in the future. What I really want to talk to you guys about is this realization that I’ve recently had that I think has been the biggest block in my happiness in every single area of my life.

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Quick, before we dive in! I am so ecstatic to join this amazing team of lady bosses and meet you all. I’m Lexi, one of the new additions to Sweet Success Society (get caught up on all the latest and greatest news here) and we can break the ice over at the brand-new MEET THE TEAM. I hope you’re ready to embark on an incredible journey as the five of us hit the ground running with rebuilding Sweet Success Society to best help you in becoming the most successful,

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Okay you guys, I’ve got some BIG news. I’ve been struggling to keep this under wraps for the past few weeks, but it’s finally time to let the kitty cat out of the bag! Sweet Success Society is about to undergo some serious changes in order to kick things up a notch and create the hands down best community driven one stop shop for kickass, success driven millennial babes who are ready to cultivate success in all areas of life.

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Building a life you love isn’t just one thing. Usually, it’s finding a career you’re seriously passionate about, figuring out how to make enough money to do everything that you want to do without stressing over finances, finding someone you love to share your life with, surrounding yourself with awesome friends that support you, and having the time, money, and means to do all the things you like to do. When you put it down on paper like that,

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Do you ever have one of those moments where it feels like work is your whole life? As in: you haven’t attended any non blog related social events in months, you talk to more people on Instagram and in blog comment sections than you do in real life, and you have to tear the phone out of your own hands so you stop building your Pinterest boards at 1am? Today, while hanging out in my favorite blog &

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If you’re ready to give up, that means you’ve already taken a very important step – you’ve made the leap, taken a risk, done something big! To feel like giving up means you have to have started something already, which is HUGE. It’s also the most important thing to remember when you get to a point that makes you feel like throwing in the towel; at some point in time you wanted to do this,

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Bloggers, entrepreneurs, and killer career girls I know feel me when I say that I have 0% work/life balance. I’m literally always working, in some form or another. Even in Whole Foods, I’m filling up my notes app with post ideas and book topics. I do this because I truly love what I do and I’m extremely driven to create my own success.

But honestly, WTF is success, really?

The word “success”

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Raise your hand if you’ve straight up Googled “how to be successful”.

I am super guilty, and I bet you are too. You probably found a lot of articles about working hard, waking up early, and doing whatever it takes to climb the ladder and make to success. Or maybe you read ‘The Secret’ (great book, but a little misunderstood) and decided you should start writing down ‘I am rich and successful’

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Introverted or Extroverted How To Tell And How To Be A Productive Introvert

Up until probably a year ago, I thoroughly believed that I was an extrovert. I’m outgoing, good with people, and like being the center of attention (guilty). Even when I took those personality tests in school, I always got some form of an extroverted personality. Introvert? No way.

But the older I’ve gotten, the more I’ve started to realize that I desperately crave alone time and probably my greatest joy in life is curling up in a cozy comforter,

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