My Journey with Work Boundaries

Let's talk about boundaries. I've heard and seen the topic of setting work boundaries come up a lot in the past few years. It's funny to think about when I entered the workforce, how the thought of "setting boundaries" was almost unheard of. Was it because fewer people were glued to their phones and taking work home with them? Was it because we know better now? Maybe it is a combination of these factors. What I do know is that somewhere in between getting married, going through a pandemic and having a child, setting work boundaries became not just something to strive for, but a necessity. I brought up a real example of my coworker's work boundary (see the email signature below) on Instagram recently, and it sparked A LOT of comments from you all. So, today I am sharing those and more about my journey with work boundaries.

Life Lately: We are Moving!

With such uncertain times in the world these past couple months, it hasn’t felt like there’s been a “right” time to share a personal update. So before I get into it, I hope you know I'm thinking about you all and hope this post finds you doing well. Now, the truth is a lot has been going on behind the snapshots you may see on Instagram. First, I shared on social media a couple weeks ago that we’re ...

Tips to Make the Most out of Your 2020 Planner

2020 is here and I have a feeling it’s going to be a GREAT year. Since a big part of adulting is being organized, making plans and staying on top of your schedule, planners can be a very useful tool for adults... if you know how to properly utilize it! They can give you some peace of mind in seeing upcoming plans in one place. Personally, I found that when my planner is properly utilized, I do a better job of prioritizing my health, setting boundaries and becoming more organized in other aspects of my life too. So, as part of my new adulting series, I'm sharing tips to make the most out of your 2020 planner, and ultimately your new year.