I’ve been auditing my systems lately. It turns out that I’ve added more structure than necessary.
Here’s an example: I journal first thing in the morning.
It’s on my sacred hour checklist which is the first thing I go to because it’s the first thing on my daily plan that I’ve laid out the night before.
I lay plans out the night before because it’s part of my reset routine but I also have accountability to my Pentathlon team because daily planning is worth 100 points.
Anyway, once I’ve journalled, I check it off on the checklist. …
We’ve seen some great companies gather their crowds on our Australian and NZ sites. We’ve seen that people are passionate about supporting brands that are sustainable and ethical.
We’ve also seen how crowdfunding has entered consumer culture. People have always voted with their dollars but with crowdfunding, that vote means a hell of a lot more.
From this vantage point, we feel like we’re uniquely placed to start a conversation about conscious consumption.
Many of us recycle, care about the environment, and think that orangutans shouldn’t be facing extinction. But what does it really mean to be a conscious consumer?
We’ve come up with an idea: the levels of consumption consciousness. …
This is my journey to apply the book, Unf*ck your finances. The book is about personal finances but I’ve added actions specific to working for myself.
If you want a bit more context, the prelude pieces are Hope can be scary, Why do we never talk about personal finance?, and Getting my shit together: the plan for the next quarter.
Three days ago was money day.
I’m not done but the skeleton is there. …