Starting a business – or running a business – can be a daunting task. It can seem like the whole project is just too big, and like there are too many things that you just don’t know how to do. It’s easy to be struck by overwhelm and freeze into procrastination. Or to become incredibly
“There is more to life than increasing its speed.” ~ Mahatma Ghandi March 2013 It was 6.30 and the morning light started creeping in through the blinders. Lying in bed I reiterated my to-do’s for the day. I got up and looked in the mirror, seeing a tired woman with sleepy hair looking back at me.
Sometimes it hits us like a brick: That breath shortening, anxiety inducing feeling that we should be doing sooo much more – and ideally, with grace. It’s so easy to look at where we’re at right now, then look up to the women we admire and see nothing but the big gap between where they
I felt exhausted. I woke up in the mornings just to turn around and cuddle deeper into my blanket. Did I really have to get up? Do that again? Some of you might think that this must be a story from long ago. Actually, it was just 5 days ago. Warning: Iris discovered that Living consciously
We live in a time that glorifies being busy. If you’re not busy, well then you’re probably not trying hard enough. “I don’t have time” has become the go-to excuse for just about anything. But does this busyness contribute to our quality of life? Is it really a sign of superiority for our species
Someone said to me recently: Friend: “What if life wasn’t about how much I get done in a day, but whether or not I felt good during the day?” Oh. Me: “So you mean, I wouldn’t attach my self-worth to my to-do list anymore, and instead focus on doing the things that made me feel
Work harder. Do yoga. Make more money. Eat less sugar. Make it look easy. Don’t stress. Should. Should. Should. How do you feel when you say “I should really start exercising more.” or “I guess I need to manage my time better.”? Kinda blah, right? Cause that’s how I feel. When I tell myself that I