I tend to be impulsive, and yet–I’m all over the internet this week talking about different kinds of planning.
Over on the Influence blog, I’m sharing how I plan for inspiration (even though many bloggers resist the planning).
I hear this a lot: many bloggers choose not to plan posts in advance. They want their voice to remain authentic, and therefore choose to only write when they feel like they have something to say. Planning in advance, scheduling content–these are the enemies of authenticity.
But are they?
I appreciate their desire to remain authentic.But it’s also true that planning is not the enemy of authentic improvisation. Planning can actually foster it…
Over on Food Your Way, I’m sharing my best tips for how to prepare for your first Whole 30 challenge.
When you’re on your first Whole 30, you have to figure out a whole new way of eating while simultaneously cooking a ton. You could handle either challenge on its own, but doing both at the same time is tough!
To succeed with a Whole 30 (or any other big lifestyle change), the key is to simplify the cooking until you get a handle on this new way of eating…
Are you inclined to plan by nature, or inclined to be impulsive?