Ahhh, here goes nothing! I am so excited (and nervous), but beyond ecstatic to share with you my official Om & The City YOUTUBE Channel! This has been on my wish list for quite awhile, but I finally carved out the time and figured if not now, when? So, cheers to finally doing the damn thing!
It’s halfway through the year, and I’ve been quite the lil globe trotter. Since January, I’ve traveled to Kentucky (my hometown!), San Francisco, Bali (read my travel guide here), and just recently Portland for a work trip. I have several more trips planned (and unplanned) through the rest of the year, so I can’t wait to share more on that later.
All photos by Victoria Jane Photography With the rise in remote jobs, start-ups, and self-employment, a home office is absolutely where it’s at. After going rogue and leaving my 9-5 last January, I set forth on a mission to create a zen WFH space, so I could feel both productive and inspired. I’m FINALLY ready to share the new place with you! Whether you work from home sometime, part-time, or full-time, here are ways you can create a badass home office you’ll actually love to work in.
Hi Babes. This is important, so listen up. Stop procrastinating on your dreams. I read a lot of comments from people saying they wish they could do this or that, but they can’t because this or that. Nope. I won’t let you make excuses, because what you want matters. How you decide to spend your time, and ultimately, YOUR LIFE, matters. So, stop letting your dreams take the backseat.
Where do I even begin?! Bali was unbelievable! It is going to be mighty difficult to squeeze all of my tips into one blog post, but I will give it my all to share with you the BEST Bali Travel Guide my brain can assemble! I know there are quite a lot of you planning trips to Bali this year (woo!), so I hope you find this travel guide extremely helpful, and it gets you super excited for your trip! If there is anything I missed, please email me directly, and we can chat it out.
If you’re looking for a sign that you need to slow down and reconnect, this is it. After traveling around Bali for the past 14 days, the biggest thing I’ve noticed is how relaxed and happy everyone is here. I never felt rushed by anyone to do anything – whether it be paying for a delicious meal, taking in a scenic view, or stopping to ask a stranger for directions. Everyone has time or makes time. And if we run out of time, they just say “no worries” and we all move on.