Sometimes we get held back by beliefs that can limit our growth and keep us down. Letting go of unhealthy and unnecessary behaviors will open your world to new potential and take you to greater heights. Here are three toxic ways of thinking that you should dump right now because they limit your opportunities, success, … Continue reading 3 Toxic Ways of Thought to Drop Right Now
“Productivity” is a popular word we strive to achieve toward, but we often forget what productivity can mean in our own lives when we don’t have a boss telling us what needs to be done. Living as an adult means the world is wide open for what you make of it, which means there are … Continue reading 4 Tips to Boost Productivity
I know how it goes. A rough day at work, a busy morning, a late night and you reach for a cup of coffee. As someone who’s made a large part of my career in the industry of caffeine, I know the good the bad and the very ugly of the drug. From an irritable … Continue reading Do Coffee and Creativity Mix Well?
I was recently quoted in the article Best Graphic Design Software 2020: Voted by 53 Experts, by Real Expert Advice. Read the full article here. I recommended Canva. What's your favorite graphic design software?
Working from home allows me to create a workspace specially tailored to suit my preferences, which translates into lots and lots of houseplants. Filling your space with the bounty of nature can also bring benefits beyond just beauty. Here are four benefits of having plants in your workspace. 4 Benefits of Plants in Your Work … Continue reading Green Office: 4 Benefits of Plants in Your Workspace
I was recently quoted in the article Best Social Media Management Tools 2020: Voted by 67 Experts, by Real Expert Advice. Read the full article here. I recommended Hootsuite, Canva, and Unsplash. What's your favorite social media management tool?
ELIZABETH ADAN’S POETRY AND ARTWORK WERE FEATURED IN THE MEZZAZINE, ISSUE 01: COMMENCE Artwork featured titled: Rosy Heart, Dragonflies in Spring, Magical Garden Poems featured: Crescendo, Hunting Rainbows Read the April 2020 issue here.
On May 28th, I'll be moderating a webinar with NisonCo PR & The Cannabis Marketing Association, "Navigating a Global Storm: The Importance of Targeted Messaging During Times of Crisis." This webinar will discuss the importance of targeted messaging during times of crisis and discuss lessons learned/learning from the COVID-19 global pandemic, paving a road map … Continue reading Webinar: Navigating a Global Storm: The Importance of Targeted Messaging During Times of Crisis
Elizabeth Adan's poetry was featured in Train River Publishing's second anthology series, Winter 2019 Poetry published is titled: The Fire & The Fear, imagination, flattened, a forever moment. About the Book "Train River Poetry features poetry from our brilliant cohort of poets from around the world. The poems within reflect the diverse experiences of … Continue reading Train River Poetry Anthology: Winter 2019, Four Poems Featured
If you have a skill, hold onto it as hard as you can and keep practicing until you are a master! Writing is no exception. Writing daily is like exercising. It works muscles you didn’t know you had, and the techniques need to be switched up frequently to avoid getting stale. Here are two great … Continue reading 2 Hidden Benefits of Daily Writing