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5 months ago

How to Prevent Burnout for Creatives – Ponytails and Productivity

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Creative burnout – it’s every creative person’s nightmare, and it seems almost inevitable. To hear about it, it sounds like an ever-present boogeyman, looming over the shoulder of every artist, writer, or creative professional, waiting to strike.

And when your income hinges on your ability to be crea… Read..

5 months ago

Process Goals – What They Are, And Why They’re Crucial – Ponytails and Productivity

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Process goals – it’s a term you may not have heard before, but every successful person uses them.

Whether you’re consciously setting them or not, process goals are a type of goal setting that veers slightly away from traditional goal-setting advice – for big results.

These unassuming goals cement them… Read..

6 months ago

101 Life Goals to Add to Your Bucket List – Ponytails and Productivity

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Life goals have a special place in the world. While I do believe that long-term and short-term goals are crucial for building a life you love, lifelong goals will keep you always striving for a better future and give you something to look forward to.

Most of us are familiar with the idea of a “bucket… Read..

6 months ago

How to Stay Motivated When You’re Deep in the Suck – Ponytails and Productivity

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Lately, things have been challenging for me; I think a lot, if not most, of us are feeling this in one way or another.

We’ve got dreams, goals, and a vision. But we’ve also got stress, anxiety, and worry.

2020 is turning out to be an incredibly difficult year worldwide. On top of all of the concerns a… Read..

6 months ago

Kick Ass When You’re Stuck at Home – Ponytails and Productivity

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Sitting stuck at home can suck.

Whether you’re practicing social distancing or stuck in isolation, there’s something weird about not being able to go anywhere that can make you go stir crazy – even if you’re typically an introvert or homebody (like me).

I know a lot of us are wondering how to best use… Read..

6 months ago

How to Make a Vision Board – and why you should have one – Ponytails and Productivity

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I love vision boards. I love making them, looking at them, finding new ways to incorporate them… and talking about them. In my opinion, everyone should have a vision board.

But when life got busier for me, and the future was more uncertain, I went a long time without a vision board. And I don’t think… Read..

8 months ago

Journal Prompts to Find Your Purpose – Ponytails and Productivity

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Do you feel like you’re still struggling to find your purpose in life?

I can promise, you’re not alone in that. A lot of us struggle to really nail down our calling, well into – and through – adulthood.

Journaling has to be, for me at least, one of the most cathartic ways to really work out those big … Read..

8 months ago

How to Form Positive and Productive Daily Routines – Ponytails and Productivity

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The more time I spend studying goal-setting, the more I’m realizing one key theme: It all comes down to your daily routines. Specifically, whether you have positive and productive routines, or mindless or damaging ones.

In fact, most highly productive people have a series of daily routines that they’… Read..

8 months ago

The Secrets of People Who Always Hit Their Goals – Ponytails and Productivity

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Goal-setting can be exciting, but so many people tend to lose steam before they ever hit their finish line.

If you struggle with sticking to your goals, it can be tempting to give up. Even worse, it’s easy to look at people who are hitting their goals and feel jealous. Especially if their goals are y… Read..

9 months ago

How to Break Out of Your Comfort Zone – Ponytails and Productivity

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You’ve probably heard, or read, that the key to personal growth is to get out of your comfort zone.

It is, hands down, far easier said than done. But it’s true.

While your comfort zone – the span of places, experiences, and actions that you feel comfortable participating in – keeps you safe, it also k… Read..