Inspiration: June 7

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Inspiration: June 7 >> Life In Limbo

As someone who not-so-secretly wants to move somewhere more rural, I was so inspired by this article about a woman moving back to the area she grew up.

Love these reflections from successful women on the moment they felt like they’d “made it”.

This piece on why human contact is now a luxury was not inspiring in the typical sense, but it was definitely thought-provoking, not to mention heartbreaking.

I did my friend Kathryn’s free time course this week and it was great! She shares five reframes we can use to get a handle on our time & productivity.

Looking for some awesome newsletters written by women? Jocelyn K. Glei asked, and the people gave her tons of awesome suggestions.

Reminder: when it comes to your work, “It is not your business to determine how good it is nor how valuable nor how it compares with other expressions. It is your business to keep it yours clearly and directly, to keep the channel open.”

On the podcast this week I was chatting about the concept of being less precious with sharing our creative work.

And in case you missed it, I am sneakily getting back into weekday daily blogging! Monday to Thursday I’m challenging myself to sit down and write a short reflection. This week’s posts: Output Before Input, On Integration, Two Tokens, and The Pay Is Certain.

It’s been a lovely week, despite some chilly, rainy weather here in Toronto! I did some very cute dogsitting last weekend, had a fun meeting with the ladies at Make Lemonade, launched my group program registrations and spent time with fun people. This weekend I’m looking forward to Dundas West Fest and going to see Dear Evan Hansen with my sister. I hope you have a wonderful weekend too! xo.

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