This is the story of how I quit my job, started my business and fell into Minimalism.
I've been traveling with Tim for work and play recently, which means we've been working side by side in all sorts of cool spaces.
This nomadic work experience made me realise something. While you would usually be pretty familiar with your partner's level of home tidiness, you don't often witness their work habits. And this is how I discovered that my darling husband and I were on polar opposites on one crucial point.
You've probably read or at least heard of High Fidelity, which was subsequently turned into a movie, in which record shop owner Rob and his co-workers, perfect the art of making mix tapes, and desert-island top five lists of anything.
How about I start weekly top five lists of anything, tying back to business or life advice in some way or another, but with a musical element to make the whole process a bit more rock 'n roll?
So here I go, over twenty years later and in the spirit of keeping the tradition alive, with my very own Top Five Songs to Listen To on a Friday to reflect, wind down but also plan a totally kick ass week to come!
In average, people spend up to 6 hours a day dealing (more or less successfully) with emails. Let this sink in a little bit. Six. Freakin’. Hours. You realise how crazy that is, right?
By nipping bad habits in the bud and starting new ones, you’ll free up so much time you’ll feel like your days are a few hours longer. So here are some oh so common inbox mistakes I'd like you to stop doing right now, and how to fix them.
I don't know about you, but I've been known to lose sleep over well, pretty much anything. That's because at night, I belong to the very exclusive club of people who make lists. So I need help. This is how I turned by smartphone into my very own Miss Moneypenny with 4 free apps, got more organised and ultimately got better sleep.
Today's a pretty special day for me. Today, I am launching my brand new website. And my blog. And I am celebrating my boy's whole 2 years of life, with all the toddler drama it brings along. Today is a celebration of stories. My story. Your stories. And for me, stories mean pictures. Hence Alice.