I miss talking to you. I've been blogging on Medium, posting a few blogs here, writing a proposal for my second book, and working on an online course. But sometimes I miss the old days when I'd chat with people in the comments of my blogs and get to know my readers. So, to stay … Continue reading Get a Pep Talk Every Monday!
In September 2019, I started working with a professional coach to help me with my goal to write more consistently. I had an idea for a new book rolling around in my head and also wanted to be more consistent with blogging. Three months later, I was well into planning a workshop that I'll be … Continue reading Work with Me One on One in 2020
This post will explore 5 reasons you should dust off the ol' resume for the new year, even if you're not job searching.
It's the most wonderful time of the year... goal setting season. I love a good New Year's Resolution, and I also love shopping consciously. This blog post will outline a few products you can feel better about using compared to their traditional high-waste counterparts. Personal Care Akamai Basics offers a refreshing alternative to personal care … Continue reading Eco Friendly Products for Your New Year’s Resolutions
Life can be stressful. From careers to family and everything in between, just getting from day to day sometimes feels like chaos. Luckily, there are ways you can manage your stress levels. It’s important to take a critical look at the commitments and tasks on your to-do list and evaluate how these things can improve … Continue reading 3 Printable Mindfulness Exercises to Reduce Stress
What? A blog about credit? It's true. I am no longer the die-hard "never ever ever ever ever use credit ever ever" person I once was. Partly due to reading Broke Millennial and partly due to just realizing that perfection is impossible and sometimes it really is okay to do what you can and do … Continue reading A Minimalist Approach to Handling Credit Like a Boss
When I saw the trailer for Rocketman, I instantly knew I’d see the movie when it hit theaters. In the mid nineties, my mother and I would trek from our small village of Seville, Ohio into the “big city” of Medina to do grocery shopping. Our soundtrack, more often than not, was Elton John’s Greatest … Continue reading A Surprising Number of Things Elton John and I Have in Common
Want to hear the most ridiculous way I spend five dollars a month? I signed up for a professional G Suite account so I'd have an official email address for a brand I was developing over two years ago. And then in mid 2018, I put a pause on that brand so I could write … Continue reading The meaning of $5
This is a guest post. If you are interested in guest posting for Born Again Minimalist, please use the contact form to send me an email. Social media has become ingrained in our everyday lives. It’s a powerful tool that enables us to connect with friends and family, voice our opinions, expand our knowledge, and … Continue reading How to Love Yourself in the Age of Social Media
"You can be the ripest, juiciest peach in the world, and there's still going to be somebody who hates peaches." - Dita Von Teese Unfortunately, sometimes somebody can develop a latent allergy to peaches. They liked peaches at first, but peaches are no longer on the menu. I recently went through the weirdest breakup of … Continue reading Sometimes people don’t like peaches