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6 Easy Hacks to Be a More Thoughtful Person

6 Easy Hacks to Be a More Thoughtful Person

by Emily Thomas February 04, 2021

Tips and tricks to show the people we love they're seen, known, encouraged, and loved.
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How to Spend Less Time on Social Media

How to Spend Less Time on Social Media

by Emily Thomas January 19, 2021

We've got 12 practical things to try if this is one of your goals!
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This is What It Looks Like To Cultivate Your Calendar!

This is What It Looks Like To Cultivate Your Calendar!

by Meg Prellwitz August 14, 2019

A new season is around the corner, and we are ready to get back to what matters! The first step is taking a look at how we're spending our time and cultivating space for rhythms and routines that matter most. If you want to create a Cultivated Calendar, Lara will help you get there with three practical steps. 
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What Wellness Goals Can Look Like in the Summer

What Wellness Goals Can Look Like in the Summer

by Emily Thomas August 05, 2019

Our favorite ways to tend to your mind, body, and spirit this season!
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How to Free Up Time for What Matters Most

How to Free Up Time for What Matters Most

by Emily Thomas February 21, 2019

From swapping to decluttering to quitting TV (!), we've got 11 suggestions for you!
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Part Six: How To Make a Monthly Tending List

Part Six: How To Make a Monthly Tending List

by Jess Thore December 13, 2018

A step-by-step guide on how to create your monthly PowerSheets Tending List
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Ask a Cultivator: Robin Long

Ask a Cultivator: Robin Long

by Jess Thore October 09, 2018

Robin Long, Pilates instructor and the founder of The Balanced Life Sisterhood, shares the best way to make little by little progress on your fitness goals in our Ask a Cultivator blog series.
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Ask a Cultivator: Jessica Turner

Ask a Cultivator: Jessica Turner

by Jess Thore September 18, 2018

We've been longtime fans of Jessica Turner! Her first book, The Fringe Hours, served as a personal permission slip for me to prioritize taking care of myself, and it's since shown up in my PowerSheets goals each year. She was kind enough to send us an advance copy of her brand new book, Stretched Too Thin, to read through, and I knew a few pages in she'd [...]
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Cultivate Your Closet in Seven Steps

Cultivate Your Closet in Seven Steps

by Jess Thore August 30, 2018

Cleaning out your closet can feel overwhelming–until you break it down into smaller goals! Follow our seven steps to a cultivated closet, and tackle that PowerSheets goal once and for all!
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Low-Information Diet: 11 Ways to Eliminate Digital Overwhelm

Low-Information Diet: 11 Ways to Eliminate Digital Overwhelm

by Jess Thore July 10, 2018

We can’t say we’re surprised the introductory post for our Low-Information Diet series struck a chord with you! In the summer season where days get a little bit longer and everyone tends to linger a little bit longer, we’re very excited to have a conversation about spending more time cultivating the most important things in your life (which […]
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Welcome to Mid-Year Goals Prep Week

Welcome to Mid-Year Goals Prep Week

by Jess Thore June 04, 2018

Today kicks off an exciting week in the Cultivate office: Mid-Year Goals Prep Week! Whether you’re a brand new PowerSheets user or want some extra encouragement to keep tending to those goals, there’s something this week for you. The most important thing this week? Take one step forward. Just one! We believe there’s power in each and every […]
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Less is Actually More: What is a Low-Information Diet, and Is it Right for You?

Less is Actually More: What is a Low-Information Diet, and Is it Right for You?

by Jess Thore May 22, 2018

The end of 2017 rolled around, and I felt myself craving margin. Life was full–full of some really good things–but full nonetheless. As I sat down to do my PowerSheets Prep Work, I started to see a theme. I had too much stuff. I felt unsteady, wavering back and forth based on circumstances instead of truth. I […]
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