Intentional Living+ Social Media| Unplugged

Our world intensely pushes us to be in the know at all times; to drop what were doing and tune in to the latest happenings. Social networks like Snapchat, Instagram , and Facebook are constantly updating their designs and services to gives us first hand experience with what’s going on around the world. These new forms of connections…

Minimalism + Intentionality: Planning Habits Update

  So, if your following me on Instagram you’ve probably seen an evolution among my content that varies from books to planners. I would say my IG closely reflects what I gravitate to the most; and currently that’s reading. My overall message still remains as productivity and self development. A year ago, my planning reflected…

Intentional Living | Learning To Handle Unwanted Opinions

Back again with another post. Hope you’ve been enjoying your week and started executing your plans. If not, then what’s keeping you? If its because of unnecessary chatter from naysayers (who by the way have no business in your personal matter), then please continue reading as I share how learning to handle unwanted opinions helps…

Learning To Live Intentionally

So many times during the hustle and  bustle of our daily activities we lose the purpose for why we’re hustling to begin with. We’ve become experts in autopiloting our lives and  it’s even easier when everyone around you is doing it. What happens when what made you like everyone else was taken away abruptly? Losing…

Top 3 Time Management Habits To Help Balance Work and School

1. Actively Track you Schedule Why? Keeping track of both your work and class schedule is crucial in improving your time management skills. When you have a goal your focused on, its easy to monitor and execute the results of your your actions to complete that goal. Who benefits? When your mind is bombarded by…

Intentional Living: Creating a Simple Morning Routine

The past few months, for me, were filled with new opportunities, ideas, and relationships. As an introvert, i’ll admit, it took a toll on me and much more to step out of my comfort zone to continue. With all the change, whether good or bad, I’ve had to modify my usual routines on what I’d…