When you think about what's going to matter to you when you're 80 years old, where does your cell phone fall on that list? If you're anything like me, there's a good chance the amount of time you spend on your phone is disproportionate to how important it is in the big picture of your life. Little by little, it is possible to break the attachment we have towards our phones and replace them with the things that matter most to you.
There's a good chance if you're on social media, you've seen this post floating around Instagram. It's been reposted numerous times, and there are more than 600 comments on the original post. Halloween decorations are filling the shelves at my local grocery store, and the hobby stores in my area are already putting up holiday decorations. There is a sense of overwhelm beginning to creep into the air, and we're here to say it can be different. You have ... Read More
Feeling overwhelmed? Like you don't have time for the good stuff in your life because your days are full of the to-dos on your list? Are you exchanging celebrating the people you love and adventures with the things that don't fill you up?
If that's you, you're not alone! And we want to encourage you to do something about it!
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 […] Read More
Here at Cultivate What Matters we’re big believers in social media-free weekends and intentional time away from our phones. This spills over into everything we do, including the Making Things Happen Conference! One of the core components of the MTH Conference is being able to dig deep into what matters most free from any distractions. […] Read More
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 […] Read More
We’re big fans of social media when it is used purposefully! It is, after all, how we connect with so many of you on a regular basis! Like so many things in our lives, when used purposefully, it can create a beautiful home for encouragement and support. However, we know there are time when we are […] Read More
At the most recent Making Things Happen Conference this spring, as I sat in the back listening to each of our attendees share over their two days at The Carolina Inn, I noticed something… Over and over, a theme emerged: women want to be present in their lives. They want to be present for their […] Read More
We’re big believers in boundaries when it comes to technology and social media (have you seen our social media-free weekend tips?) But we also know that when used properly, our iPhone apps can make our lives more efficient and streamlined, leaving room for us to spend time doingÂ the most important things and being with the […] Read More
Feeling overwhelmed? Like you don’t have time for the good stuff in your life because your days are full of the to-do’s on your list? Are you exchanging celebrating the people you love and adventures with the things that don’t fill you up? If that’s you, you’re not alone! And we want to encourage you […] Read More
A few weeks ago I asked for Cultivate blog content ideas from many of you on Instagram, and you didn’t disappoint! I’ve added a few of them to the queue for the coming months, and I wanted to start with one I’ve been asked a lot more recently: I just found out I will be […] Read More
If you’ve seen my PowerSheets or calendar on Instagram, you know that I’m a big fan of my favorite black pen. A year ago, I probably would have scoffed at the idea of using color in my planner or PowerSheets, but I’ve been converted after using our Cultivate What Matters Sticker Book for the past […] Read More