As a competitive athlete growing up, fitness has always been integrated into my life. Whether it was on the ice or on the tennis court, I was always doing some sort of physical activity for a few hours a day, which I miss…a lot. Since those years have passed and now I’m starting this “adulthood” life as a recent college graduate, I’ve had to learn how to be self-disciplined on my own with making time for my workouts and figuring out which types made me enjoy the fitness journey the most. I’ve shared a few of my personal tips on how I did it and which workouts I found best suitable for me. Continue reading “How to Find The Most Suitable Fitness Routine (and LOVE it)”
Just a year ago, I was hand-writing all my plans, events, and class schedule into my Day Designer planner and every time something changed, I would white it out and re-write it into the new day or time. Over the past year, I began shifting into using Google Calendar more frequently and boyyyyy has it become a game changer in my time management and organization skills. Especially as an freelancer and entrepreneur with a different day-to-day schedule, utilizing a digital planner has been very efficient for me since the start of 2019 and I’d thought I’d share a deep dive into how I specifically use it and how it can help you organize certain aspects of your life.
Continue reading “How To: Time Management and Planning Tools”
“You have to be a little crazy. If you think like everyone else, you’re going to be like everyone else.” – Tim Grover
It’s been nearly four months since I’ve graduated from Chapman University and many of my younger peers are back in the full swing of things for the Fall semester. I’ve been asked countless times since then what I’ve been doing with my life or what I am doing for work. And the truth is, I knew what I was going to be doing before I graduated. But…it’s not the conventional “socially acceptable” route that everyone is prepared to hear and understand. Continue reading “Why I Chose The Unconventional Route After College”
I started listening to podcasts around Fall 2017 and I instantly recognized how valuable and efficient it was for me because it often felt like I was listening to mini audio books on very niche topics. The golden podcast episode that shifted everything for me was from The Influencer Podcast with Lauryn Evarts as the guest. I’ll never forget when I was sitting in the aisle seat on my flight heading back to Southern California after Thanksgiving break and I was feeling in a deep rut, but this episode took me out of this rut completely (and I mean…drastically) to the point that I had a large rush of adrenaline, passion, and consistent motivation that has continued on to this day. Continue reading “Best Podcasts for the Female Hustler”
As a self-identified “Type A” kind of person, I’ve always been very adamant about my routines, habits, planning, and etc. If you also have a Type A personality, you probably know what I mean. To be even more specific, if your Myers-Briggs personality is ENTJ or INTJ, you definitely understand or can relate in similar ways.
I’ve always found it motivating to read about others’ daily habits, especially those I admire or aspire to have a similar lifestyle to. Over the past few years (especially the last two), I’ve really kept my habits consistent and continue to refine them over time and I want to share some of these key habits that I maintain to keep up with my hustle and entrepreneurial lifestyle. Continue reading “My Daily Habits For a Productive Lifestyle”