MIND

Sometimes people can be annoying

So we’ve all been there. We’ve all had that co-worker that “just doesn’t get it” or “doesn’t have a sense of urgency” or is just flat out annoying. I bet you’re picturing that person right this second. I’ve been lucky in that the majority of my co-workers have been people I love and admire. However, (…)

How to change your mindset in 5 weeks

The power of your mind is one of the most fascinating things in the world to me. When you think negative thoughts, they keep growing and growing and growing. When you have a positive mindset, you feel confident and light and free. When I first started working with one of my clients in my Quarter (…)

That one moment that totally changes your attitude

I was working on my Road to Quarter-Life Miracles course tonight and while writing about the gratitude section, I got to thinking about that moment when I realized that I no longer had to feel like I had to wait until later in life to pursue my dreams and be truly happy. It has definitely (…)

THE IMPORTANCE OF ME TIME

  Tee c/o Fruit of the Loom // Target Robe (similar) // Mug // Pillow Believe it or not, me time, is rare for me. Even though I work from home and by myself about 45% of the time, I still find it hard to fit in me time. How’s that possible? Well me time (…)

Super Exciting News!

Oh my gosh, I am so excited to officially announce my very first eBook! 28 Days To Detox + Revamp Your Wardrobe is a self-study course that will change the way that you look at your closet! It includes style exercises, worksheets, and reflection questions which will keep you engaged and motivated throughout the 28 (…)

Quote of the Week 10.28.14

Last week I posted this image from Pinterest on my Instagram (@45Fairmount). It resonated with me because I came across it at a time when it was exactly what I needed to hear. I had to make a tremendous life choice, one that would bring risk and uncertainty, all while allowing me to chase a (…)

How to rediscover the city you live in

It happens to all of us, once we’ve lived somewhere long enough the glittering lights start to dim as we go through the motions day after day. I experienced this around year two of living in Dallas so I decided to be proactive and start changing up my routine and exploring the city. At the (…)