Why I Stopped Writing To Do Lists


Good Morning!

I’m excited to continue my Work Life and Mom Life series in 2017 and look forward to continuing to share my story as a working Mom. If there are any topics you’re interested in hearing more about, please send the ideas my way!

I spent a lot of time in 2016 building out routines that work for me and my family. As the year ended, I couldn’t help but feel that I finally found the balance I’ve been looking for the past several years. Ironically, I have more on my plate than ever and I think finding this balance was because I had to. Nevertheless, the next few weeks I’ll be sharing some things that have been working for me. (no pun intended…)

Today I’m sharing the main thing that has helped me be more mindful with my time at work the past few months. I’ve made a considerate effort to keep my work within the 9-5 hours over that past year and consequentially I’m getting more done in less time. This has forced me to have systems in place that allow me to get stuff done and this is one of them.

It may surprise you, but I stopped writing to-do lists and started doing this instead. [Read more…]

Work Life: Four Podcasts That Motivate Me To Get Sh*t Done

Good Morning!

This week is going to be one of those weeks where I put my headphones on, keep my head down and crank out work. To get us all motivated this Monday, I thought I would share some of the podcasts I’m currently listening to that make me feel inspired.

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Work Life: Four Books That Changed The Way I Look At My Career

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Good Morning!

I hope you had a great weekend! Ours was the perfect combination of relaxing, productive and fun. I’m gearing up for a busy week in preparation for our vacation!

Today I’m continuing my Work Life series by sharing a few books that have changed the way I look at my career. I’m a huge dork when it comes to career development and try to read one non-fiction book per month. These are a few of my favorites! [Read more…]

Scenes From San Francisco

Good Morning from San Francisco!

I’m here for work but have been able to fit in some fun and good food during my free time. On the work front, I’m heading out to Palo Alto for meetings and a big pitch today. We also attended a Women of the Channel event yesterday. It was my first tech conference, and the highlight for me was seeing the lead researcher of Lean In, Marianne Cooper speak. So inspiring!

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