In order to be anti-list, and woo you with quick fixes that will either help you get productive or at the least feel better about you and your lack of productivity. I wanted to address the elephant in the room, a suggestion that comes up all the time to combat the procrastinator that lives in all of us… the bribe, bargain and discipline we think we need in order to do what is needed to be done.Read More
INK News has levelled up to inked letters with weekly topics that I’ll be digging into. I created them to be specific enough that I'm not grasping for ideas but general enough that my content will adjust the to the ebb and flow of my business, personal life, and what sparks my interest at the time.Read More
In a world of constant noise, there is something about this title that really resonates. Of course maybe not for what you think. We can all use some focus in our lives and this author takes it a step further to connect with her audience, roller derby athletes, and really any competitive athlete who is looking to focus their game.Read More
How many times have you been told to not put all your eggs in one basket? Whether it’s your efforts and time. It could be putting your hopes on one type of customer or count on a financial industry to come out on top when it comes to your retirement goals?Read More
Emergency Response Services are integral to the health of our communities. As valuable as these services are, one can ponder where did it all begin? Bonus is you won’t need to ponder, simply pick up the latest published book by The EMS Foundation of Calgary, Vital Signs: A Half-century of Emergency Medical Services in Calgary.Read More
Do you decide when you dig into a platform?
Do you decide your focus?
Are you giving away control to someone else?
YOUR INBOX. You should be the one deciding how often your inbox should be refreshed.
As the driver of your life, each route you take, you are defining your own destination and experience getting there. Are you doing things because that is the way things have always been done? Maybe it's time to take a new route and create new experiences.Read More
In the beginning I have embraced the concept of the undated planner as a whole and tried to appeal to the masses by offering options that were expected or asked for. It started by retiring the myYear and now I am saying goodbye to both the myDay and myStudies. Grab one while you can.Read More
Ever wondered how the myLife planner can work in your life? Sometimes it better to hear it from someone besides myself, because I am biased. It works for me. Listen to Tara and I chat about how she finds the myWeek helps her corral her various lists and notes into one space so she can focus on the work and then shut her office door over the weekend.Read More
Who hasn’t been wooed by the idea of living in a large space? Haven’t we all been conditioned to strive for that ‘corner office’ mentality? I embraced the "bigger is better" mentality of the suburban lifestyle. Who would have even dared to say that there was a downside? The more space you have, the more you fill it with. Period.Read More
It is finally here.
After a few weeks of teasers and waiting for and paying extra steel tariff taxes on the gold wire-o coil supplies I have finally in my hands and available the new feature cover design for 2019.Read More
Do you hide and cage yours so you can protect them or let them into the world risking them being affected by it?
If you didn’t already get the gist of the metaphor… unicorns are your ideas. Your fantasy world is where you create them. So what do you do with yours? Hide them or set them free?Read More
I like to have the mindset that each and every day is a fresh start. But there is something about the beginning of a new year and the energy around it gives one extra motivation to start the year with good intentions.
So here we are, starting out 2019 and you may have in your hand gifts provided with love and good intentions, one of which could have been a new calendar. Likely either the version that is as standard as the clock face, so both seem to be a visual measure of where you are in time. But outside of that, it doesn’t inspire action.
I have been a follower of Marie Forleo’s for over a few years. I find her videos and insights to be simple and to the point. Her motto, “Less IS more,” and I have been on that band wagon for the past year. So of course the worksheet download didn’t work right for me, and regardless I have my own style of making lists aligned with the design of myLife Planners that I procrastinated by creating my own worksheet which I am offering to you!Read More
A year ago I was referred to a most wonderful creative couple with self publishing dreams. After a first online video meeting they opened their world to me and invited me on their journey. The first book was The Foldings, followed by Slim Island, a second version of The Foldings, and then Stratosphere, all written by Gordon Kurby (his pseudonym). All of these books were the testing phase for the true baby, his recent book release, Rembrandt’s Comet.Read More
Celebrating Thanksgiving with the rest of Canada I found myself waking up to the rise of the sun and contemplating what being thankful means in my life. Saying thank you is one of the most powerful things you can say in a day. In my early 20's I had a manager who literally said thank you after each thing she asked her staff to do and whenever she interacted with others. Her gracious little act of saying thank you for each little thing has impacted me in so many ways. I 'thank' her for this lesson each day.Read More