Posts Tagged with "overwhelm"

How to Focus when there is No One Focus

Thursday, June 13, 2013

9 Comments

How to Focus when there is No One Focus

As a self employed multipotentialite, I juggle writing gigs, web design and graphic design projects. I dream of being a life coach, having my own e-course and/or membership site, filling sold out workshops and in-person retreats, and writing Amazon bestsellers. I have a million ideas bouncing around in my head that I have yet to […]

Continue reading...

Contest Time! Win a Lifetime Membership to the Puttytribe

Monday, April 9, 2012

73 Comments

Contest Time! Win a Lifetime Membership to the Puttytribe

Before swinging over here to write this blog post, I thought I’d log in to the Puttytribe to see what new discussions had popped up over night. I wish I could just copy and paste what I found, but that would compromise the safe space I’m trying to cultivate. One of our early pioneer members, […]

Continue reading...

How To Get it Together when Things are Falling Apart

Monday, June 27, 2011

11 Comments

How To Get it Together when Things are Falling Apart

This is a guest post by Rebecca Louder. Every now and then, I seriously consider throwing in the towel and taking a horrifying minimum-wage job involving a uniform and name tag, just to quell my overwhelming, inaccurate self-judgment of being incredibly lazy and ineffectual. I partially blame my present bout of McJobitis on a combination […]

Continue reading...

3 Unconventional Methods for Overcoming Overwhelm

Thursday, May 5, 2011

14 Comments

3 Unconventional Methods for Overcoming Overwhelm

4 weeks till I move to Portland: 2 web design projects to finish (one I’ve hardly started). Coaching to do. Blog posts to publish. Podcast episodes to record. A new book to write. A TV show to develop. Canadian health insurance to take advantage of (i.e. doctors, specialists, dentists, etc. to see). Friends to say […]

Continue reading...

Overlwhelmed by the Good Stuff

Thursday, January 6, 2011

28 Comments

Overlwhelmed by the Good Stuff

It’s been three weeks since my return from Europe. My plan was initially to hit the ground running. I didn’t want to take any time off for fear of falling into the post-exam vortex. I wanted to move back-burner projects to the front burner and start working on ideas that I had jotted down somewhere […]

Continue reading...