A New Blog is Here and so is Fall 2021

Disclosure: I only recommend products I would use myself and all opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission.  Happy Fall 2021! I hope your summer was filled with fun, peace, and good health. I’ll keep this one brief.Continue reading “A New Blog is Here and so is Fall 2021”

How I’m Managing My Postpartum Struggles

I hope my readers had a great Thanksgiving day. I took the week off from blogging to focus on family time. Even though I took the week off, I constantly thought about what content to publish next. This week, I’d like to focus on my postpartum journey and particularly highlight a couple of struggles I’mContinue reading “How I’m Managing My Postpartum Struggles”

Working From Home With a Kid During a Pandemic

Working from home with an infant feels like a race every day. You wake up early and race to get through emails before your child wakes up. You race to get your little one settled and fed before a meeting. You race through the meeting because your little one is getting fussy. I mean, comeContinue reading “Working From Home With a Kid During a Pandemic”

How to Flourish During The Rest Of 2020

Happy October! I’m basing this post off of recent conversations I’ve had with my friends. I’m that friend that loves to discuss leveling up and growth opportunities #chasethebag. I’m always optimistic about my friends but am especially proud right now because they are manifesting their dreams and crushing their goals. It’s inspiring and motivating whenContinue reading “How to Flourish During The Rest Of 2020”

Achieving Productivity While Working From Home

How many of us feel like it’s hard to stay motivated or productive while working from home? I don’t know about you but emails and Zoom meetings have doubled for me since we haven’t been able to interact in-person. I’ve been working from home full-time since March but am not new to remote work. IContinue reading “Achieving Productivity While Working From Home”