Have you heard the latest viral phrase, “quiet quitting”? For those of you not obsessed with TikTok, “quiet quitting” is the act of doing the bare minimum at your job while still doing enough to get by. You know I’m all about trailblazing so you won’t be surprised to learn I was quiet quitting way before it was cool. 😝
Years ago when I worked at a magazine, I had several interactions with a very elusive “coworker.” Let’s call her Margaret. The first time I saw her was when I was leaving the office at the end of the day. I caught a glimpse of a woman in a floral painting on the wall.
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!).
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 have been having a blast with my 5-day clutter clearing challenge this week.
Although I finished watching the TV series, Schitt’s Creek, months ago, I’m still obsessed with it.
As we were packing for our move, we were incredibly discriminating about what items we’d bring with us and which ones we no longer loved, needed, or used.
Melissa and I just completed our move from Massachusetts to Maine and it’s been a process filled with surprising thoughts and emotions.
This week I’m sharing some recent podcast episodes that I joined as a guest where we explored the various ways clutter plays a role in your life — some expected, some definitely not.
In my letter last week, I shared tips on how to get good at getting started, and a reader responded with an interesting question:…