The 4 Ds to Sanity

This has been a rough week for me. I’ve been taking an intense class for work plus I had several business/social events that has left this introvert tired! As I came in late last night and got up early this morning I started thinking about what I need to do differently. And I was reminded of

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Transitioning to Fall Isn’t Just for your Wardrobe

Here in the Northeast of the U.S. fall fully here! The air is crisp and the leaves are changing into beautiful colors. Though this happens every year it is still a process of transitioning into a new phase. Whether you’re transitioning in a new school year, work assignment, or life phase transitions can be challenging

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Asking for Help makes you a Super Woman

Asking for help, espeically for us Superwomen, can be uncomfortable and unfamiliar. We’re so used to doing everything for everyone that we don’t even think of asking for help. And even when someone offers to help us we don’t always take them up on it. How many times have you been carrying packages and someone

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Word-for-Word Ways to Say No Like a Boss (Part 3)

Hey Feministas! In this final post about Saying No Like a Boss we’ll give you the juicy words to use to tell someone no and still be kind. Sometimes we go to the extreme of  saying no out of anger or with attitude or not saying anything and feeling like a doormat. Now there are definitely times

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4 Must Ask Questions to Saying No (Part 2 in series)

Hi Feministas! Were continuing our three-part series on Saying No Like a Boss. Acknowledge was the first step. Did you acknowledge all of the times that you wanted to say no? Was it surprising how often you wanted to say no to someone or something? Or did you notice that the desire to say no

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Saying No Like A Boss

In light of Women’s Month (well really Women’s History month but modern day women are just as important!) we’re bringing you a three-part series: Saying No Like A Boss As women we get so tripped up in being nice that we don’t consider our own needs. We give automatic yeses to situations that require nos.

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Only 24 Hours in a Day – Use Your Time Wisely

Most of us living today have too many things to do and not enough time. With only 24 hours in a day and needing to sleep, eat, and travel that doesn’t leave enough time for everything else. Since wishing for more time doesn’t change anything the only thing we can do is use what we have

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3 Ways to Build Your Ride or Die Crew

Nothing says love like surrounding yourself with people who want the best for you. But this is easier said than done. There are always people who will readily point out your stumblings and failings, people who will remind you not to reach too far or dream too much. They may cloak it in want to protect

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Celebrating Love throughout February

Some people love Valentine’s Day and eagerly await its approach after New Year’s celebrations are over. Honestly, this is probably the greeting card, floral, candy, and jewelry industries but I’m sure that there are some people too! Others dread the day and many people are indifferent. I tend to fall into the latter category. When

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Live Your Life on Purpose

Last summer I sat at the beach fantasizing about my ideal life and one thing that rose to the surface was my desire to have mini solo retreats at the beach throughout the year. Just a few days to myself with warmth, sunshine, and the ocean. “Maybe next year (that would be this year)” “Or

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