I get stuck on projects, especially creative projects. Often. If I was a productivity ninja, I’d be crying at my apparent continual lack of progress. Thankfully I don’t measure myself
I don’t know about you, but there isn’t a lot of free space in my head. The more I tell myself I’ll keep an idea, the more likely I am
I go through periods where I need to scan a lot. I’ll join all the email lists. Look at a lot of opt ins. Sign up for resource libraries. You
This simple phrase is one of my keys to avoid overwhelm. Do I Actually Need To Do That RIGHT NOW? I ask myself this. It’s best used
Here at Embrace Shiny, I want to help you ….embrace your shiny objects! I always hoped it would be self-explanatory from the name 🙂 I work with multipassionates to help
I feel like results are all that’s talked about. Specifically, positive results. Online, it’s all about those 6 figure results. (Insert eye roll here.) Trying Is Awesome
The title of this blog post really underpins why I started Embrace Shiny. I was so tired of hearing that everything I liked and wanted to do was wrong, in
I see so much fear directed “advice” on the internet about the “dangers” of shiny objects and new things. Stop Telling People They Can’t Try New Things!
Personally, I never really got into the life hack “thing”, but it must have been popular somewhere along the way for it to be in our lexicon in 2019.
What I really hate is the word hustle. I’ve had an issue with the word for a long time. Even in the context of a “plain old” day job or