How to import notebooks from Evernote to Springpad

As much as I adore Evernote to organize my thoughts and for clipping great articles and photos, I still really wanted to use Springpad because I prefer it’s “Thumbnail view” for easier scanning. And you can never have too many backups, right?

I wasn’t about to go through all 200 plus notes and “spring” each one. There had to be a way to import all my notes, but how? Continue reading “How to import notebooks from Evernote to Springpad”

Has Helping Others Become a Trend?

What do you think of when you hear the the word “philanthropy” or “pay it forward”?

I’m a huge fan of making someone’s day better and was brought up to help others in need and to love everyone. It makes sense, to me, to do  this on a daily basis. Maybe that’s why I can’t wrap my head around the fact that a reminder to be kind to others is even needed. Has being kind and Philanthropy become a trend because of this? Continue reading “Has Helping Others Become a Trend?”

Changes

Changes are scary. Changes are needed.

A new job was the change I needed.

The job was in a different industry that I had very little knowledge about so I  had to take a chance or take the safe route and look for yet another job doing what I’m used to, but didn’t really want to do. Continue reading “Changes”

How to Pull Yourself Out of a Rut

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At some point in our lives we can get so stressed out and worry to the point of pushing the people we care for most, away.

The past couple of weeks have been  rough. I had gotten “stuck in a rut” and knew that if I didn’t pull myself out of it soon, I could get very sick. I had to do something, fast.

It doesn’t have to be difficult to crawl out of that hole. Here is how I climbed out of mine. Hope it helps get you started in the right direction. Continue reading “How to Pull Yourself Out of a Rut”

Journaling for Yourself

Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself and know that everything in life has a purpose. ~ Henry David Thou

Most true happiness comes from one’s inner life, from the disposition of the mind and soul. Admittedly, a good inner life is difficult to achieve, especially in these trying times. It takes reflection and contemplation and self-discipline. ~W.L. Shirer

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I used to keep a personal journal through Middle and High School. For some reason, I haven’t kept one since. And I miss it. It doesn’t matter if you’re a writer or not. It’s important to have a place to be yourself 110% and preferably with pen and paper you can keep completely private.

Until today, I didn’t realize how many different journals I had to keep certain topics separate. This one for Career and journey through life, in general, my coffee blog to share my passion, a Poetry notebook, and a Writer’s notebook for prompts and story ideas. And a diary to be myself that nobody sees Continue reading “Journaling for Yourself”