Sara Saddington is a writer and editor based in Toronto. You can find Sara curled up with a good book, working on her first novel, or continuing her quest to find the perfect pint of hoppy beer.
It’s easy to remember beginnings and endings. But there are so many moments in between. If we’re interested in making the middle memorable, focus is key.
Relish what makes this time in your life unique and enjoyable. Writer Sara Saddington explains that this is key to making peace with our current season.
It can be easier to focus on competing with others than getting better ourselves. It’s time to let go of competition and climb against the course instead.
Chasing audacious goals can be tough work. We encounter highs, lows, and everything in between. Writer Sara Saddington reflects on what’s kept her on track.
Whether our clutter is in a closet or on a bookshelf, Evaluating Stuff is essential. We must think about what we own, and how it impacts who we’ve been and who we’d like to become.
With an uptick in symptoms of burnout, we’re all looking for ways to hold on to our energy, creativity and productivity. These self care tips will help.
In order to create inclusive workspaces for all generations we must, as leaders, abandon lazy assumptions and recognize the importance of defining values.
To outside observers, greatness might seem easy. The tendancy to believe the myth of natural talent totally discounts the importance of discipline.
There is often a great distance between what is and what we think “should” be. Letting go of should and focused our attention elsewhere could be empowering.
Moving through the world, at work, home, or sharing public space with strangers, is all about communication. These active listening skills will help.
Navigating the boundary between our emotion and rational selves can be tricky. Finding the right balance of the two will serve us professionally.
When learning and applying something new at work we must give ourselves permission to fail. How do we create conditions that make that possible?