5 Steps You Can Take to Become a Goaldigger

I didn’t know anything about goal setting until I was well into my 30s. ...more
I'm in my early 30's and goal setting is still something I'm getting used to-mother is now my ...more

29 - The Year of Crushing Goals

It’s hard to believe that I’ve entered the last year of my twenties. I have to constantly remind myself that I am an adult. And I have been adult for several years. There are times when I still feel like I just turned 21, and I don’t have a worry in the world, but in reality, I’m in my late-twenties, with bills to pay, a wedding to plan and a full-time career.29 is shaping up to be a pretty big year with our upcoming wedding and our goal to purchase a home of our own. We have a lot to look forward too....more

January 2014 | A Look Back

Each month I'll be doing a look back at what we're loving, highlighting some events and definitely checking in on my goals. Here's a look back at January....more

My 2014 Crafty Goals

March Goals | 2015

Today's blogpost features all the different goals I have made for myself for March! These include blogging goals, YouTube channel goals and my life goals.Check it out here! ...more

Here's to actually achieving goals in 2015

 On New Year's day, I read a short article about how of the people...more

Dream Big This Year

When you get to the end of the year and start making goals for the next year, do you wonder if you are dreaming too big?Do your dreams and goals seem unattainable? Impossible?Can I encourage you this year to dream big? But dream big with God next year....more

July in Review and Looking Towards August

Hello, August - the one month of the year that feels more like an ending than a beginning.  Even though (for the first time I can remember) I won't be going back to school in a few weeks, August still feels like the end of summer, and the beginning of long, cold days. But what August also signifies to me is the perfect time for new goals......more

Selfebration

We women are highly skilled at prioritizing everything and everybody before we prioritize ourselves, be it work, family or anything in between and then to top it off we generally downplay our accomplishments. Not surprising really as this behavior has been nurtured in us since… well the beginning of time. In fact, I think it is because it is so ingrained in our female identify that non-conforming women blatantly stand out and are often judged for that very reason.  ...more

Life Rewards Doers

About three years ago, I had this crazy notion I couldn’t get out of my head. I wanted to move across the country to Portland, Oregon.Even though I had never been, and had lived on the east coast my whole life, I just knew that this is where I had to be. For an entire year, while I was finishing my master’s degree at Harvard University, I talked to my friends and family about my vision....more