Building MOMENTUM, One Month at a Time

Lindsay TitusBlog, Manage Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: The end of a month and beginning of a new one is a natural time to reflect and kick-start our momentum. Learn three ways to begin and end each month strong: (1) Schedule 2-3 ME times. (2) Update your highlight reel. (3) Audit the past month and set intentions for the new month. The end of a month can … Read More

To Work or Not to Work

Lindsay TitusBlog, Engage Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: To think better, we have to be willing to think differently. Consider the questions we ask ourselves. Perhaps rather than asking a question, make a statement. Be mindful of the language you use. Shift your mindset to be present every day. This changes your thinking so instead of thinking ahead, you can focus on now. 3 ways to get … Read More

Growing Your Skills ONE Step at a Time

Lindsay TitusBlog, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Before you take any action on a strategy, check to see if that strategy can be simplified! Growing your skills involves building skill sets of gratitude, celebrations, affirmations. I was asked the other day, what is one thing you didn’t learn in school that looking back you wish you had, and it got me thinking.  And then almost immediately … Read More

Living the BLENDED Lifestyle

Lindsay TitusBlog, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Make the shift from balancing your life to blending your life. The blended lifestyle is the mindset of recognizing that no matter what you are doing, it’s who you are that matters most. When I made the shift from trying to balance my life to blending my life, I went from surviving to thriving almost instantaneously. You’ve probably heard … Read More

Thinking Better ALL Day Long

Lindsay TitusBlog, Reflect Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Thinking better all day long involves commitment, word choice, and reflection. Consider the power of I AM statements. Paying attention to your word choice is a major piece of the thinking better puzzle. When it comes to thinking better, it’s important to remember that this is a process.  A process that we get to practice each day. The previous … Read More