With the fall quickly approaching, we’re sharing some of our favorite readings for this season. As the nights grow longer and the days are shorter, we love curling up on the couch with a blanket, cup of tea, and good books. This fall, we’re focusing on nonfiction and love our choices.
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Everyday I wake up and have multiple hats to wear.Systems, they’re something that are vital to a thriving business. If you don’t have systems, you’re probably operating in the land of dysfunction. With a few simple tweaks and a bit of discipline, your life can be freed from the hours behind your screen, the headaches that can come with walking aimlessly throughout your business. While systems aren’t sexy, if your systems suck, you’ll know and will be feeling the pain for years. Hey there fellow entrepreneur, what do you think about getting on top of the pain points in your business and developing systems that work? Today we’re making things super practical, as we pull back the curtain and let you in on our systems. Grab a cup of coffee, you have 10 minute read ahead, it’s one of our favorite posts to date.
This fall it feels like fashion is finally pushing past the 90’s basics we’ve all embraced and loved over the past few seasons. Ruffles, suede, and prints are back in full swing. It truly feels like a season where experimentation, pushing boundaries, and style where anything goes. Whether it’s a floral pattern you’ve been hesitant to wear or some of the best flats you’ve seen in awhile, this season is all about embracing a relaxed and smart style.
There’s something about toast. Whether it’s with a smashed avocado, nut butter, or delicious fruit, toast has become the carrier of all things delicious. In light of this, today we decided to dip into the archives for this recipe roundup. Grab your favorite loaf, and let’s make some amazing toast.
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“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow.” -Mary Anne Radmacher
This quote is one that I’ve stumbled upon the past few weeks and I have come to love it. As I look at the upcoming season, it’s one where I’ve chosen to find my inner voice and embrace courage in the most important of ways. While living life as a student and a creative entrepreneur, it takes courage. Courage to show up, to run after your dreams, the late nights of work, the pushing projects forward, and choosing to run after goals. The life you want and are running after is never easy to attain but usually comes with loads of hard work.