Patience IS a Virtue: Professional Development and Personal Growth

I recently started working on a new nutrition website and Instagram page with my friend who has training in coding and digital marketing. She wants to plan Instagram posts ahead of time; organize photos based on themes, etc—something I have always wanted to do, just didn't have the time or resources available. I also didn't … Continue reading Patience IS a Virtue: Professional Development and Personal Growth

Self-Acceptance: Seeing Yourself in a Realistic Light

Continuing thoughts from last Friday's post, another reason why I'm not great with constructive criticism is that I always feel like I am getting graded. I was always concerned about my grades in school. I wasn't the best in all the subjects, but I had straight As in math/science/Jewish classes which upped my GPA from … Continue reading Self-Acceptance: Seeing Yourself in a Realistic Light

Technology Makes Tasks Easier, But Not the Task of Living in the Moment

Yesterday I deposited a check at the bank and did each step painstakingly to make sure it went through. It's a simple process, but sometimes the simple things are harder for me, since I have issues trusting that things are really supposed to go smoothly. It gives me a sense of control if my hard … Continue reading Technology Makes Tasks Easier, But Not the Task of Living in the Moment