Welcome to another episode of Better with Daffnee. I am talking today about something very specific to being a mom. You’re baby growing up.
I’m encouraging you to Judge Less. Judging is SUCH a habit, but like any habit, can be broken or changed, and can be used for good. What kind of example are you setting for your family when you release judgement onto other people (especially negative judgement!)
There ARE silver linings in all situations. It’s EASY to not acknowledge or find them. It takes time and effort to find it but it’s so rewarding when you do! I say things that are kind of cliché but I think they mean something huge honestly.
It’s about damn time. Finally releasing episode 1 of my podcast and I’m pumped. This podcast is for you if you have any interest in any of the following: parenting, self-growth, career, entrepreneurship, fitness, healthy living, judgement, books, and more. Ultimately, how can we be BETTER in the context of all of these things? Tune…
Dr. Kara Fitzgerald Dr. Fitzgerald and I met in a fun and somewhat random way…It’s a favorite story of mine actually. Somehow, her newsletter came into my inbox. It’s quite possible that a client forwarded me her newsletter because of a piece of content they liked. I recall my VERY first impression — This content…
Jennifer Fugo – Gluten Free School Jennifer and I have been working together for a few years now. I remember our first call with Jen (I was driving to the beach for the day because that’s what you do in Florida) and I instantly knew it would be a great partnership. The lines of communication…
I initially thought it would be specifically for business owners/entrepreneurs. I realized this applies to ANYONE that deals with clients.
Being an entrepreneur is hard work. Being a young entrepreneur is even harder. In fact, being in any workplace as a young person can be extremely challenging when working alongside professionals older than you. A simple lack of experience can contribute to miscommunications, highlighted generational differences and barriers between collaborative projects. As a young female business owner, there are several things I realized over time that were holding me back in the workplace. I strongly believe these lessons learned apply to any gender and also to any workplace type of careerist.
5 Ways to Make Your Life More Positive
5 Valuable Things I’ve Learned As a Young Professional