Nature can teach us how to create the environment that will allow our ideas to flourish and thrive.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the prospect of doing an annual review? Here are five tips to help engage in this ritual with ease and joy.
The culture has conditioned us that we need to jump out of the starting blocks on January 1 with a plan in hand, ready to go. If you’re not quite there yet, you might feel “behind.” You are in exactly the right place.
The desire to get a head start on the new year is tempting. But what you miss in your jump start could set you back when it counts most.
The biggest mistake we make in planning for our year is to rush into planning. The first step is to go within and reflect on what you learned and what you truly desire.
Often, we feel like we don’t have time to stop for rest or self-care because there is “too much to do.” That’s exactly why and when we must stop.