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Happy Birthday to “The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation”

On May 19, 2019, my first book was published: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation. As of now, it’s my only published book, but that’ll change soon. In any case, this book is hugely important to me — and the people who read it and felt seen and heard and validated in their own experience … Continue reading Happy Birthday to “The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation”

Avoid creative burnout for small business owners with this free ebook

Achieve Your Dreams without Burnout: Free eBook

Deep down, you know there’s something inside your spirit that wants to come out! An idea for a book or art project. A business you want to start, or a career change to something that makes you feel great about showing up to do your life’s work. You want to live out your big, loud, … Continue reading Achieve Your Dreams without Burnout: Free eBook

A copy of "The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation: How to Succeed in a Society That Blames You for Everything Gone Wrong" by Caitlin Fisher, next to a plate of avocado toast with a bite taken out of it.

What I Got Wrong: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation

I'm a published author — a fact I manage to forget on a regular basis. I started my writing journey as a minimalism blogger. I used to write about how I only owned five pairs of shoes, and how I maintained my 500 square foot apartment and didn't own a TV, and how I aspired … Continue reading What I Got Wrong: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation

Setting Your Goals with The Moon’s Phases

The moon has a recurring cycle of phases, which happen as the moon orbits Earth and result in an astonishing display of light and dark that we call the lunar cycle. The new moon is completely dark, and then over the next four weeks it will wax, become fully illuminated, and wane until it's dark … Continue reading Setting Your Goals with The Moon’s Phases

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6 Beliefs You’re Allowed to Change

This season of the Run Like Hell Toward Happy podcast is about halfway over, and we've covered six HUGE beliefs taking up a lot of space in your life, for better or worse. Any belief is, effectively, a story you tell yourself. And one that you can rewrite to your liking — even if it's … Continue reading 6 Beliefs You’re Allowed to Change

Healing Your Inner Child: The Basics

We all have an inner child, the part of us that is still connected to our childhood, upbringing, and the things we learned in our most formative years. Unfortunately, when we were wounded in childhood, those pains and patterns often come with us and repeat throughout our adult life, affecting relationships, work, and even our … Continue reading Healing Your Inner Child: The Basics

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How Fast Should You Move On from a Breakup?

As a creative coach, I of course focus on my clients' creative passions, but we coach on all kinds of topics including relationships, boundaries, and breakups. The simple answer to this question is anything but simple: It's different for every person and every breakup. You might need more time than a person who went through … Continue reading How Fast Should You Move On from a Breakup?

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Improve Your Time Management Skills with Technology 

Do you feel like you don't have enough time in the day? You're not alone. In fact, most of my friends, clients, and strangers I meet on the street feel that way. Plus, conventional wisdom around time management skills really relies on neurotypical patterns and motivations, so those of us with neurodivergences like ADHD, autism, … Continue reading Improve Your Time Management Skills with Technology 

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How to Prevent Burnout for Small Business Owners

Burnout is a huge buzzword right now, because it's a very real thing! Our society's systems inherently lead to burnout. We are tired, overworked, underpaid, and too exhausted to figure out it's all by design. The key to recovery and prevention is finding the solutions that work best for you, so this blog has 7 … Continue reading How to Prevent Burnout for Small Business Owners

What is Gifted Kid Burnout?

Many parents are thrilled when they learn their child is gifted. They may assume their child will sail through school and life with ease. However, there is a downside to being labeled gifted and talented — gifted kid burnout. Many gifted kids experience burnout, either during their school years or later in adulthood. They may … Continue reading What is Gifted Kid Burnout?