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Room for Improvement

One of the many things I love about where I work is that there really is a demonstrated emphasis on work/life balance and self care. Case in point: 4th of July week. In honor of our organizational birthday, summertime, the … Continue reading

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January Cure 2017: Week 1

Remember when I said I was going to do Apartment Therapy’s January Cure? I’m doing it! Are you? If so, we made it through Week 1! Here’s the recap: Assignment #1: Pick one drawer–any drawer–and clean it out. I selected … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions for 2017: Habit How-To

Welcome to the final installment of my New Year’s Resolutions for 2017 series! You’ve probably caught on that while a lot of my resources are resolution-specific, that’s not necessarily the point of this series. I’m not a fitness guru, a … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions for 2017: Break a Bad Habit

While there are plenty of bad habits out there that a lot of people want to get rid of, I want to zero in on one that’s got me all riled up: distracted driving. A couple weeks ago, I was … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions for 2017: Get Woke

  The time is now and the first thing you can do is try. Let’s start with a definition, and this Bustle article is a very good place to start. To get a little deeper, check out Charles Pulliam-Moore’s article. … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions for 2017: Get Organized

Organization is a topic I enjoy thinking about, writing about, and experimenting with (I got a Moleskine planner for 2017 and am both excited and wary about my to return to a hardcopy system). Since getting organized can apply to … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions for 2017: Get Fit

When I finished grad school, I realized that my body had stealthily become a Grad School Bod and I needed to whip myself into shape. I had a gym membership, but I craved more guidance and structure. So, I did … Continue reading

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