4 Ways to Practice Digital Minimalism

In an increasingly electronically-saturated world, it can free up valuable time and energy to practice digital minimalism. A phrase coined by Cal Newport, an author and Georgetown computer science professor, digital minimalism refers to: A philosophy of technology use in which you focus your online time on a small number of carefully selected and optimized … Continue reading 4 Ways to Practice Digital Minimalism

Prioritize Your To-Do List

Prioritizing your to-do list is on your to-do list – but how do you prioritize, anyway? Prioritization is generally defined as putting things in order of importance. However, importance, itself, is a subjective term. Because things can be characterized as “important” for different reasons, we may need to spend a moment considering both the reasons … Continue reading Prioritize Your To-Do List

FONĒ is the New FOMO (And 3 Ways To Deal With It)

Article At A Glance FONĒ is an acronym that stands for Fear Of Not Enough. Related to FOMO – or Fear Of Missing Out – FONĒ manifests as an insatiable urge to do, share, and engage more, primarily online. FONĒ is characterized by an unsustainable overuse of social media, over-reliance on (smart) phone and digital … Continue reading FONĒ is the New FOMO (And 3 Ways To Deal With It)

5 Practices to Help Ease a Transition

It is often said that change is the only constant in life. From changing careers, to relocating, to relationship endings, transitions represent the spaces in-between something we were familiar with morphing into something different that we aren't completely sure how to handle (yet). And while we're finally getting back to some normalcy post-pandemic, it doesn't … Continue reading 5 Practices to Help Ease a Transition

5 Strategies to Beat Decision Fatigue

As an entrepreneur – and especially in the early stages of starting a new business – there are a mind-boggling amount of new activities to engage, topics to research, and decisions to make, all of which can lead to a paralyzing state of decision fatigue. From developing a product or service offering, to deciding on … Continue reading 5 Strategies to Beat Decision Fatigue

7 Ways to Go Low Tech

As WFH entrepreneurs, we typically go through our days with a smartphone, smart TV, laptop, tablet – or all of the above – at our fingertips. And this makes access to communication, research, and business opportunities seamless. However, some are feeling burned out from electronics and dopamine overload. According to 2022 cell phone usage statistics, … Continue reading 7 Ways to Go Low Tech

David R. Hawkins’ Letting Go Method

David R. Hawkins' Letting Go focuses on a method Dr. Hawkins — a nationally renowned psychiatrist, physician, researcher, spiritual teacher and lecturer who was said to have become enlightened — recommended to reach inner clarity and transcend one's problems by undoing the cause of the problems themselves. According to Dr. Hawkins, the cause of our … Continue reading David R. Hawkins’ Letting Go Method

8 Resets for WFH Entrepreneurs

So you’ve made the transition from office life to WFH (work from home). Now what? As commutes, set office hours, and in-person interactions diminish, some workers experience newfound time — along with uncertainty about how to spend it. Now that we are no longer desk-bound for 8+ hours a day, how can we balance productivity … Continue reading 8 Resets for WFH Entrepreneurs