👋 Hello there!
I’m Emilie, a career-driven millennial with a passion for both professional development books and Netflix binges.
I help women like you who want to do and learn more through productive goal-setting, habit-formation, lifestyle automation, and accountability, allowing you to balance your ambition with the rest of your life.
Let me guess.
You have a pile of books on your nightstand that grows faster than you can read them.
You’re driven and ambitious but still enjoy sinking into your couch for extended periods of time. You just wish you didn’t feel so guilty for not working during them.
You’re worried you use your phone too much but appreciate that it empowers you to feel connected and get stuff done in the awkward pauses of the day.
You don’t want to have to choose between your money, your fitness, and your career. You also aren’t willing to sacrifice your relationships for your professional success; you were told you could have it all and you’re determined to.
WAS I RIGHT?
I know because I’ve been there. I’d internalized that I was expected to live as if my life were perfect, but the reality was the more I pushed forward, the more overwhelmed I became. I wasn’t giving myself the opportunity or the chance to recover, so that I could continue to grow.
There is nothing wrong with wanting to live your best life, but you need to give yourself the breathing room to get there. 💡
Since my breaking point >>
- I’ve lost 100 lbs and started doing Crossfit regularly.
- I met, fell in love with, and got engaged to my soon-to-be-husband.
- I built a daily habit of reading, regularly finishing over 30 books per year.
- I started working for myself and am making more money than I ever was working for someone else.
- I reigned in my spending and started actively working toward a debt-free life, including paying off all my credit card debt and student loans.
- By all accounts, I got my shit together.
Finding the balance between self-discipline and self-indulgence is hard.
Wanting to be better is a natural intention. That intention, though, can be the cause for concern when the drive for more can be overwhelming.
This year, I’m aiming to find more balance- more pleasure, more joy, more recreation- without sacrificing self-discipline. My theory is that by giving myself the opportunity to recharge, I’ll be able to get more done than ever before.
She Does Better is about my journey to become the best version of myself without sacrificing the recreation in the now. I want to be and do more while having less clutter and less noise. I want to have it all dammit. This is the chronicle of my journey.
Are you ready for a change?
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