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Go With Your Gut

Do you ever write something you’ve already done on your to-do list for the sheer satisfaction of crossing it off?

Do You Do This, Too?

Do you ever write something you’ve already done on your to-do list for the sheer satisfaction of crossing it off?

You Might Be Closer Than You Think

Several years ago, when Melissa and I were in Belize, we decided to go zip lining through the jungle — something I thought I’d never have the guts to do (it was amazing!).

I’m Giving Myself the Best Birthday Gift

Last week as Melissa and I were working on some house projects, she stopped what she was doing and said “Hey! Your birthday is coming up. What do you want to do?”

I’ve Got Some Clutter Creep Going On Over Here

Since moving from our tiny house to this big house (if you consider 1,000 sq ft “big”), I’ve gotten a little too trigger happy on the “Order Now” button.

How to Capitalize on Life’s Twists and Turns

Coming from a big math family (financial advisors, CPAs, etc.), I decided to study journalism and writing in college.

A Foolproof Way to Feel Better Immediately

I don’t know about you, but with everything going on in the world, I am struggling to focus, contain my emotions, or think clearly about what role I can play in the healing of humanity.

How To Survive the Winter Blues

We’re in the heart of winter here in New England — a time when it takes everything I have to show up to the day. In fact, it just dawned on my that I didn’t even send a letter to you last week!

Is Your Clutter Telling You to Set Some Boundaries?

Isn’t the idea of clear, clutter-free spaces so seductive?

Finding Comfort Outside of Your Comfort Zone

Melissa and I have been dreaming of taking a mindless vacation where we can sit on the beach and have frozen cocktails brought to us at our whim.