About Me

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I’m Lauren, and welcome to My Something Beautiful Life! I cannot even tell you how glad I am to have you here!

I’ve loved planners since I was a little kid, and in the beginning of 2020 I learned that I have ADHD. Not the “Oh! Squirrel!” kind of ADHD (actually, come to think of it, I do that too…), but the kind of ADHD where my brain has 137 tabs open, but then someone keeps closing them without warning me first (aka I forget everything SO fast!).

You don’t want to learn how to be organized from someone who has always found it easy to be organized. They won’t understand what it has felt like to stare at the wall for 43 minutes because your to do list is full of things that should have been done last week. Or last month.

But I know how that feels. And I want to help you never have to feel that way again.

It’s easy to start feeling like no matter how much you’ve done in a day, there’s always still a list longer than the checkout line at the grocery store on the day before Thanksgiving of things still need to get done.

I want to help you get organized. For real this time. To help you know how to manage your time, how to plan the things that need to be planned, and how to take care of yourself. And while we’re at it, let’s make sure that you also enjoy the whole process.

And do all this in a way that works for you.

If this sounds like something you need, sign up for my newsletter and I’ll send you my free 5 day mini course to set up your planner in a way that fits where you are in life right now.

No premade templates here. This will be customized your way, with all the stuff YOU need to keep track of, and not a list from Pinterest of all things that you “should” be keeping in your planner.

I hope to talk to you again soon!

My Something Beautiful Life

Disclaimer: I am not a licensed healthcare professional, and the information provided here is for informational purposes only. Any advice, tips, or suggestions relating to ADHD or mental health are not intended to replace professional medical advice or treatment. If you are experiencing symptoms of ADHD or any mental health condition, please seek advice and treatment from a licensed healthcare professional.