You see, a few years ago, I was constantly burned out trying to manage my home, new twin babies and my career, while trying to show up as a wife. I had a full plate—and I’m guessing you do too, right now.
I had just made a huge career change and was overwhelmed with trying to stay on top of things and often had to wake up very early or stay up late to work on my overflowing to-do list. My busy schedule left me too exhausted to think about my mental health.
The worst part is I always felt behind. I had all of these ideas swirling in my head about things I wanted to do, to improve, to accomplish but most of them often fizzled out. You see, I had a great ideas. Maybe you do too. I had a vision for my job, my business, my career, my personal life but it just seemed unsurmountable.
I went through that as well! And then, I spent years trying to figure out a better support system, building better habits and making mindset changes. It took lots of trial and error but I was determined to make things better— to live and work more intentionally and mindfully. That’s when I discovered Notion and was finally able to to put all of my learnings about mindset change, living more intentionally, working smarter and more to practice with minimal efforts. While Notion is the tool that helped me get there, there are many tool-agnostic practices I learned along the way that led to my transformation.