After lockdown part ‘duh’ ended, I was sooo excited to get back on the squash court. I love the sport, and since I’m no longer lifting canoes and kayaks on a daily basis, playing squash has become my preferred form of exercise. It's super fun, too! Wearing a mask on court is less than ideal, … Continue reading Embrace the Growth Process: Be Fascinated, Not Frustrated
Ask my partner, and she’ll tell you I’m a selective listener. If I could argue, I would...but she’s not entirely wrong. It’s not that I don’t listen; I’m just easily distracted – if the hockey game is on, I’m scrolling social media, or I’m reading a blog post, there’s a good chance my focus is … Continue reading Sometimes, I Just Need to STFU and Listen
It’s been nothing but business for me lately. If I’m not working, I’m writing. If I’m not writing, I’m researching. And if I’m not researching, well… I’m probably sleeping. When I’m sitting idle, I feel like I’m wasting time. There’s always something I could be doing, like: creating a landing page and an offer to … Continue reading Where Are Your Priorities At?
Today’s article is a short one. For almost two months now, I’ve posted to the Davis Daily twice a week – offering a blue-collar perspective on personal growth, professional development, and wellness. This includes: how to build habits; the difference between time management and self-management; andpersonal stories to inspire you to embrace change and chase dreams. … Continue reading Put it into Practice: Published is Better than Perfect
💤 I love a good nap – in a chair, on the couch or in a bed, it doesn’t matter – either way, they’re glorious. In the moment…but after a solid snooze, it’s a different story. Afterwards, you’re left with that zombified feeling. 🧟 You know what I’m talking about: when you’re a total space … Continue reading Sleeping Beauty: Too Much, Too Little, and the Ugliness of Naps
Looming deadlines. Red lights. And long waits. They’re never ending. And they’re always waiting…with more in the queue. We find ourselves racing against the clock, rushing from one task to the next. So, we search for the most efficient ways to manage our time. Why shouldn’t we? To embrace change and make strides towards our … Continue reading The Time Trap: A Lesson in Self-Management