If you’re like me, at least one of these sounds familiar:
You’ve got big dreams for your life, but you aren’t sure how to make it happen…
You know what you need to do, but there’s only so many hours in the day…
You’ve always been secretly ambitious but you feel like your day to day life holds you back…
Or maybe you just know that if you could get your plans organized, you have what it takes to accomplish your dreams… but where do you start?
Having big dreams means needing big plans, and getting big stuff done… this also means big, big potential for big mental chaos, disorganization, and frustration.
At Ponytails & Productivity, I focus on simplifying & streamlining your daily processes so you can get down to the real work. Here we talk a lot about goal setting, organization, inspiration, and the real nitty-gritty of what it takes to get big stuff done in your normal, everyday life… and YES, you definitely have what it takes!
Maybe you feel like you have to put your dreams aside because you’re a mom, maybe you have a low income, maybe crushing student loan debt… Maybe you feel like the things you want are out of reach for you, for some reason, even though other people seem to make it.
But I’m here to tell you that’s crap. Because all of that applies to me too.
I started this blog, first and foremost, to help remind me that anything is possible, that people just like me accomplish huge things in their lives and enjoy massive success, and I’d really like you to join me on this journey of personal development and reaching for the stars.
We’re going to be aiming big here. We’re cleaning up our finances, cleaning up our homes, and cleaning up our lives, so we can clear out mental clutter and focus. We’re going to be talking about industry-proven systems to get and stay productive, gold-standard goal setting practices, staying focused and on track, and devising a life plan that we’re excited to follow.
It’s not always glamorous! And it’s not always easy. But it’s real, life-changing work, and we’re tackling it together.
Because getting big stuff done starts with your hair in a ponytail, and your plan on a piece of paper.