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The One Thing I Take From Hotels & How I Use It

Hotels usually leave toiletries for you in your room upon arrival which housekeeping restocks too. It’s typically shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and maybe even a little sewing kit in case you have a mishap.

I don’t really use most of them because I like the products I bring. However,...

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A Tip For How To Use Your Time Wisely

Time is our greatest asset so use it wisely…  Click the image below to check out my tip!

 

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10 Random Things I’m Loving Lately

I love reading about people’s favorite things or new favorite items they’ve discovered. I’ve learned about some cool products and found new favorite things of mine thanks to those lists. If you’ve been following me for a bit, you also know I’m a big fan of people...

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Do First Impressions Matter In A Remote Job?

I know you can work in your pajamas but know when that's appropriate. Get yourself together when you're interviewing for a remote job or on video calls where you want to make a good impression.

Guaranteed that if there are two similar candidates for a job and one looks disheveled and the other...

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How We Travel With Our Dog

We travel everywhere with our dog, Leon. It’s kind of our thing… we work remotely and travel the world with our dog in tow. We now have a kiddo so it's gotten more complicated traveling with both but we're still determined to go places and explore the world! Bringing our dog...

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How To Organize Your Slack Channels

Slack is an amazing (and in my opinion, the best) tool for general communication with remote teams.

I use it with my own team, with clients, and as part of mastermind groups BUT it can get messy quickly if you don’t keep conversations organized.

Here’s how I suggest organizing...

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Remote Workers, Stop Working With The TV On In The Background!

This may be an unpopular opinion but it’s just the truth. Multitasking isn’t a great thing, it pulls your focus away from what you’re doing and we’re all trying to do too many things at once these days. Slow down and put intentional time for things- even catching up on...

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Have You Created A Monster With Your Business?

Far too often I talk with clients who say they want to throw in the towel and quit their business altogether.

Several are so overwhelmed they've cried on our coaching calls together. I'm so happy they feel that comfortable with me but it absolutely breaks my heart because I know how they feel -...

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6 Things I've Learned Designing The Life I Want

It was simple, really (or so I thought)… The life I wanted was to be able to work from anywhere with my husband and dog (update: we now have a son added into the mix!). Jeff and I no longer wanted to worry about rationing the PTO time we took off from work for vacations and...

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Skyroam Solis Global Wifi Hotspot (Traveler Review)

We recently went on a train trip on the California Zephyr from Denver, CO to San Francisco. We both planned on working from the train so I thought it would be a good time to test out the new Skyroam Solis we got. It’s a mobile WiFi hotspot and power bank that allows you to get connectivity...

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Train Trip on Amtrak's California Zephyr (Traveler Review)

Jeff and I took the Amtrak California Zephyr from Denver to San Francisco. It was an absolutely beautiful ride as we sat in the observation car and just stared out at the breathtaking landscapes that passed by. I’m a big fan of traveling by train. It’s nice to be able to walk around,...

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20 Photos to Encourage You to Visit Cuba

You may have heard that Cuba is like stepping back in time and that’s definitely true. There are vehicles from the 1950’s that you’ve maybe only seen in movies roaming the streets everywhere, horses being used for transportation with a wagon attached to the back filled with...

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