Planning To Win in 2018: What You Should Know

Hi guys! Wow, can you believe that we only have two and a half weeks left until 2018? It all feels so surreal, yet I’m super excited to start a new year with goals and dreams to accomplish. I did this “Planning To Win” series last year, and I really wanted to continue since I feel that at the end of the year it’s important to figure out how you will win in the following year. Although you might not accomplish all of the things that you have on your list to do, the more important thing is even having a list to begin with. The more you feel prepared to start a new year, the more drive you will have to really stick to those goals and see them through! Keep reading for helpful ways you can plan to WIN for 2018.

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3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Add Deadlines To Your Success

Hi beauties! It’s finally Friday, and I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one who’s happy for the weekend. Anyways, I attented the Okreal and Lou & Grey hosted panel with Nikki Ogunnaike, Fashion Features Director at Elle.com and Sarah Levey, Co-founder of Y7 Studio last night, and it was AMAZING. It was 45 minutes of straight inspiration – from when they started their careers, to what they’re day-to-day currently looks like, the girl bosses dished it all. One thing (out of the many) that made me sit back and think about life was when Nikki mentioned how she wanted to become a director by the age of thirty, but didn’t reach that goal until thirty-one.

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Planning to Win in 2017: Changing Your Attitude

Happy Wednesday lovely people! I know you don’t really receive this many blog posts from me in one week, but I definitely had a lot on my mind so I wanted to share it with you guys. After my recent conversation with my best friend Hope, I started to think – if we were given all of the things that we pray, beg and wish for would we really be ready to receive it? There have been countless amounts of times where I find myself saying, “Well if I had (blank) I would be ten times happier” OR “I want to do (blank) by the time I’m this age”. Why do we do that to ourselves? Why do we set a limit?

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