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How to Curate the Perfect List of Holidays for Your Planner Design

How to Curate the Perfect List of Holidays for Your Planner Design

After you’ve designed your planner’s calendar pages, it’s time to think about the content you want to include in them: religious and federal holidays, observances, seasons, and clock changes. If you have been doing this for a while, you probably have a set list you use every year. And if you’re just diving into your first planner, it can be tough to decide what to include. For the old pros, it’s time to take a look at your list of holidays for anything that might be missing or incorrect. For instance, have you considered adding Indigenous Peoples’ Day?

Regardless of whether or not you are new to the planner world it’s good practice to reevaluate your list of holidays each year. Today I’ll walk you through my philosophy on which holidays to include in your planner designs and how to curate your very own list.

How to Store and Organize Your Business Files With Dropbox

How to Store and Organize Your Business Files With Dropbox

I use Dropbox to store and organize all of my business files. I love it because I can easily access all of my files from any computer, anywhere in the world—or in my case, anywhere in my home from a variety of devices.

Most days I am working from my home office on an iMac, but sometimes I like to grab my laptop and work from the sofa . . . or my bed. That’s one of the pleasures of working from home, right? And I still haven’t been able to kick the habit of bringing my laptop on vacation, just in case.

By storing all of my files in Dropbox, I am able to access them anywhere—either from a browser or by installing the Dropbox app on my computer, phone, or iPad. Gone are the days when I emailed files to myself or put them on a thumbdrive in order to transfer them from one device to another!

Gain a Sense of Freedom in Your Business With a Well Organized Work Schedule

Gain a Sense of Freedom in Your Business With a Well Organized Work Schedule

Are you feeling overwhelmed and on the edge of burnout because you work all the time? Do you lull yourself to sleep thinking: “One day my business will be profitable enough to ease up and slow down a bit. One day.

Friend, I’ve been there. But we don’t have to be slaves to our businesses, to our dreams.

When we get caught up doing #allthethings, we easily forget that we chose to be our own boss so we could have more freedom.

Stop the #Hustle and Take Control of Your Life and Business

Stop the #Hustle and Take Control of Your Life and Business

Do you hustle hard every day in your business? Does it make you happy? Take a moment to really think about it—and be honest with yourself. Does it?

You’ve probably seen the quote “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” While this seemingly rings true for most entrepreneurs, it tends to feel more like “Do what you love and you’ll work 24/7/365.” Am I right?

The word “hustle” has become very trendy these days. But let’s take a look at its true definition. According to Merriam-Webster, to hustle means to crowd or push roughly, to obtain by energetic activity, to convey forcibly, to sell or promote energetically or aggressively, and to swindle or obtain money by fraud or deception.

Just reading this gives me anxiety!