Leverage your commute. Whether it’s listening to an audiobook, making your grocery list, or budgeting out your week – use your commute to accomplish something on your list or open up your mind to aid in more productivity the remainder of your day.
It’s like your hand getting stuck in the subway door when you think you have enough time to save yourself but you’re just too late.
Say yes to spontaneous opportunities. Occasionally, forget your to-do list and say “yes” just for the hell of it.
Whatever the occasion, there’s a book for us to pair with this summer.
We’d be more independent. We would perfect being on our own, prove our trustworthiness, and learn a lot about ourselves that could lead to more self-regulated hard work.
Planner. Once you get used to using a planner, you won’t know how to survive without one.
Wandering Central Park. I’d like to sled down a hill, just one time.
I’ll forever believe in a classic love that’s instantaneously familiar. I believe in it and I regret nothing about that.
It’s a city full of believers and creators that are ready to change the world. But before you can change the world, you have to get here.
A true summer vacation may not be in the books this year. However, lucky for you, there are a few unique options you may want to consider