Still Learning To Rest

I was talking with some friends about work/life balance, productivity, and rest. One of my friends dropped this bomb on me: “I don’t feel that I need to earn my rest.” It seems so simple, but it Blew. My. Mind.  I like to be playful, but I am a chronic “do-er” and place a high value onContinue reading “Still Learning To Rest”

10 Habits that Support Health and Wellbeing

Make the best out of your time on this earth! I’ve assembled my top 10 habits that will make a difference to your health and wellbeing.  Food Sleep Waking Up Hydration Relationships Face & Skin Care Physical Activity Stretching Floss  Do Nothing 1) Food. The fuel that you put into your body affects how muchContinue reading “10 Habits that Support Health and Wellbeing”

Budget for Shopping

One of the hardest “lessons of adulting” to learn is budgeting. Budgeting can feel like a drag, but it’s key to knowing where your money is, what it’s doing, and saving towards big audacious goals. On the flip side, a lack of budget is a huge cause of credit card debt. When you don’t knowContinue reading “Budget for Shopping”

How to Shop for the Environment

Making better choices for the health of the earth and your family, one step at a time Have you ever thought about all the small ways that you contribute to the decline of the earth? Have you ever felt guilty for choosing the “easier” or “more convenient” option, even though you know deep down thatContinue reading “How to Shop for the Environment”

Tackling a Long Avoided Task

We’ve all been guilty of putting something off because it is hard or boring, or worse—both. Recently I put off sending in my passport to update my name… for about 9 months. It wasn’t a surprise, I knew this was something I would have to do, changing my name and all, and yet I stillContinue reading “Tackling a Long Avoided Task”

ASK A ROADIE – Top 3 Travel Hacks to simplify your trip

I started traveling with tours in 2018. Usually, I travel with the band and other technicians by several 12-person buses, but sometimes we fly. Either way, our showers and facilities for the day are always different and never ideal. When going for just 3-5 days, I recommend traveling light. Camping, traveling often, and minimalist travelContinue reading “ASK A ROADIE – Top 3 Travel Hacks to simplify your trip”

5 Ways to Plan Big Goals with a Bullet Journal

I’m a planner girl, through and through. I’ve tried many different ones, Life Planner, law of attraction planner, printed pdf planner, goal planners, and just writing daily to-do lists off of a master list in my brain. What I’ve found to be the best mixture of organization, fun, handwriting, and art has been the bulletContinue reading “5 Ways to Plan Big Goals with a Bullet Journal”

Being “New Here”

     We’ve all experienced some form of being the new kid on the block. Whether it’s a new school, a new job, or moving to a new state. That feeling of alienation and discomfort is usually a good sign, it means you’ve got the cajones to step outside your comfort zone and try somethingContinue reading “Being “New Here””