Over the years, I’ve been showing up for you as a source of inspiration…. now is when that changes. My new mission is to teach you how to build a life you love by establishing the right routines, discipline and mindset in your everyday life. Are you ready to start this new chapter together?
When I was introduced to the 7in7 conference in Barcelona, I was intrigued to see what it was all about. You see, part of the focus is to shine a light on the voices and stories in the “digital nomad” world that don’t have a platform. It meant diversity and community. So, after speaking to Kit (one of the organizers) about how she wanted me to participate it was a definite yes.
I’ve been living in Spain for the past three years and when I made the move, I knew I wanted to be here long term. I didn’t know how things would pan out but I’ve been beyond blessed during my time so far. But what I’m about to share, I could have never imagined when I touched down in my new home country.
Time management and productivity are essential and how we schedule our days and maximize our time, will lead us to a better, more stable and freeing life. I believe that entrepreneurship can be a sustainable practice, in other words, balance is possible. You can do it all and still have a healthy lifestyle, creating space for relationships, travel and whatever else it is that you long for. Now, let's dive into five ways to organize your week for maximum productivity.
Getting stressed out is easy. All you need is a sly comment from a colleague, too many things on your to-do list, a smooth scroll through social media to remind you that you “aren’t where you want to be.”As we go through life, many people consider being stressed as the norm. They think that it's something inevitable that we can’t avoid... it's what has to happen if we want success, right?
As creative entrepreneurs, it's easy to get caught up in wanting to do it all but patterns like that aren't sustainable. It's time to talk about why self-care needs to come first and how to start prioriziting what really needs to get done on a day-to-day basis while still keeping yourself focused in business and in life.
Ever since I was a teen (and probably years before that) I had been obsessed with being inspired. I was one of those kids who wrote down inspirational quotes all of the time (still guilty), scribbled dreamy poetry in her notebooks and truly believed that words could change the world. Who would have imagined that years later, I'd be giving a TED talk?!