Here’s what I learned from an unplanned blogging break and how it helped me break out of a rut I didn’t even know I was in.
Here’s a look at my top posts of 2014.
Do you hate writing? Find it cumbersome? Simply can’t seem to find the time? Here are three steps that I use for consistent writing. If you’re not a writer, maybe they’ll help you, too!
Here’s what you told me about what you like about my blog.
I want to know what YOU think. What do you want more of? What do you enjoy? Who are you? So here’s my first reader survey.
Several months ago I made a deliberate decision to take my online presence to the next level. Investing in building a platform requires a commitment of personal capital and time. It also requires an emotional investment and a willingness to put yourself out there. Here’s why I’m doing it.
Work life balance: easier said than done. For the first time in my life as a professional, I succeeded in a time of extreme busyness and stress, holding true to daily prayer, a reasonable sleep schedule, and dedicated time with my family. Here’s how I did it.
It’s the season of travel and chaos in my life. Of the next five weeks, I’m gone from home for four of them. Here’s the list of techniques I use to get the most out of this time and stay close to my family.
Here’s a look at 5 ways guest contributor Sarah Reinhard uses Evernote every day. How do you use Evernote?
Believe it or not, 2010 has come and gone and it’s time to start fresh. Over the course of the next few weeks (or maybe months), in addition to your new year’s resolution, you will begin to see a few fresh aspects of this blog. I’ve tried my hand at this for about 5 months…