Tag: dreamlife

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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Affirmations, Law of Attraction, and Mantras

I’ve tried every affirmation and all the mantras under the sun – from Law of Attraction go-tos to positive thinking to mantras for meditation – and I’m going to let you in on my number one, never fail, go-to mantra that works for absolutely everything:

FUCK IT.

Inspirational, right? Actually it is, if you look at it the right way. In my experience, mantras and affirmations don’t usually work because part of you tends to know that they’re just not true.

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Where you should be at each stage of your life

Do you remember being like 12 years old and planning out your life timeline? Like – where should you be at 25? Where should you be at 30?

Mine waffled between get married at 22, kids at 25, become an Olympic horseback rider at 28, have a million dollars by 30 AND famous actor by 20, retire and producer award winning documentary films by 28, date a younger male model by 30.

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How To Get A Raise or How To Be Your Own Boss

One thing I’ve never been very good at is asking to be paid more money. Or really asking for money in general. On the flip side, I definitely always want to make more money. When I first started working in TV, I would host shows for free and work in production for below minimum wage to prove that I had the dedication (and hopefully, talent) to deserve to be there.

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