An Audacious Life is not for the weak-willed.
It takes courage and determination to claim your life for your own. You must have strength to swim upstream, go against the grain, and live according to your own terms.
And you must do it.
If you want to avoid a slow march towards death, then you must gather your courage, step up, and claim your Audacious Life.
It always amazes me to see what resonates with you.
Sometimes, writing feels like a shot in the dark.
Other times, I get motivated to dig in and figure out what you like.
This week was one of those weeks.
Today, I share with you what YOU have loved most in 2016.
(Duly noted, lovelies—expect more of this in the future.) Read more
For two weeks after I turned 21, I had a really hard time buying beer.
It’s not because I didn’t have proper ID. (I did.)
It’s not because I didn’t have the money to do so. (I did.)
And it’s not because I was living in a place that didn’t allow alcohol. (I wasn’t.)
It’s because I didn’t demand it.
Allow me to explain:
Have you tried using Google Goals to create space for something you want in your life?
(If you haven’t heard of Google Goals, it’s a new feature from Google that uses its machine-learning magic to find time in your week to spend on a goal that you set for yourself.)
I have—and after six weeks of using it, I can say with confidence that there is a better way to make time for yourself and your dreams.
We’ve all been there:
We start off our morning with the best of intentions. We have a plan. We’re going to GET. SH*T. DONE.
And then, at the end of the day, we look back at what we did and didn’t do and ask ourselves, “WHERE did all the time go?”
Well, where DID your time go? How DID you spend your time? Do you know? Read more