Diary of an Office Mean Girl: How Exclamation Points Helped Me Find My Voice

In my career, I’ve been called a lot of things. As a human being, I was called to create conversation from a very early age -- good and bad -- and I firmly believe in walking the talk. Exclamation points were used as a intimidation tactic and as a way to push me out of a job I was really good at. They were used to undermine my confidence and make me feel as if I wasn’t good enough when really, the person felt I was too good and needed to be brought down a notch. Here’s how deciding when, where and how to use exclamation points helped me find my voice and create massive results in my life, business and career.

#VixDoesDating: Five Things to Keep in Mind as You Navigate the Online Dating World

Dating can be stressful. At times, it can feel like a full-time job. Dating in a big city? That’s like the seventh circle of hell in Dante’s Inferno. BUT it doesn’t have to be this way. If you’re just jumping into the world of online dating, this post will help you navigate the (sometimes) murky waters and if you’ve been hanging in the pool for a bit, it’ll help you avoid the sharks lurking in the deep.

Three Things I Do Each Day to Make Multiple Six-Figures in My Business

A daily practice sets you up for success in your life, career and business. Even if you aren’t an entrepreneur, you can use these three daily practice items as a way to be more connected to your goals and walk confidently in the direction of the things that make your soul shine. Or, you can use them to stay grounded in the chaos of a world gone mad. Either way, you’ll find clarity in the consistency, something we all need from time to time.

How Getting Into the Woo Helped Me Move Forward… and How It Can Help You, Too

Woo. Spirit. Universe. Meditation. Mantra. Motivation. God. Source. Whatever you call it, whatever you believe, the Woo is a powerful thing. Even if you don’t acknowledge it, we are always walking through it and something much larger than our individual selves is guiding us to the “right” path at the “right” time for our “right” selves. By stepping into this… power within myself, I was able to have my biggest year in business -- and life -- and made some pretty amazing moves, decisions and knocked off some MASSIVE goals. Could I have done these things without the woo? Sure, but it wouldn’t have been as fun and, I truly believe leaning into the woo is what made it feel effortless even though it took a ton of blood, sweat and tears. Learn more about my path to the woo and how it can help you too in this post.

#TacoTuesdays Hackathon: Roast Chicken for the Win

Food is a big part of my system for success -- it’s how I practice self-care, how I gain mental clarity and how I keep my creative juices flowing. It wasn’t always that way, but as I continue to develop my daily practice for success, I am creating new ways to share them with you so that you, too, can enjoy the high vibe alignment that leads to true - and lasting - success.

Vix’s Volcanic Quinoa Bowl

Food is a big part of my system for success -- it’s how I practice self-care, how I gain mental clarity and how I keep my creative juices flowing. It wasn’t always that way, but as I continue to develop my daily practice for success, I am creating new ways to share them with you so that you, too, can enjoy the high vibe alignment that leads to true - and lasting - success.

This is a great recipe for breakfast, especially on days when you think you’re not going to have time for a hearty lunch.

#eatsByVix: Meal Prep Like a Boss

Food is a big part of my system for success -- it’s how I practice self-care, how I gain mental clarity and how I keep my creative juices flowing. It wasn’t always that way, but as I continue to develop my daily practice for success, I am creating new ways to share them with you so that you, too, can enjoy the high vibe alignment that leads to true - and lasting - success.

5 Things I Learned in 5 Years of Going to SoulCycle

Millennials are often told that they’re “killing” the old ways. That they’re “bad” at certain things that previous generations seemed to nail without fail. One of those things? Being consistent. Well, guess what? I smacked that one right in the face -- I’ve officially past my 5-year mark at SoulCycle and am sharing the (valuable) lessons I learned in that process, with you!

NYC In a Weekend: The West Side

New York City is huge. Having been a tourist, I know that you often go on vacation with the assumption that you’ll get to see everything and you don’t really give yourself the time you need to explore and have the experiences you planne

New York City is huge. Having been a tourist, I know that you often go on vacation with the assumption that you’ll get to see everything and you don’t really give yourself the time you need to explore and have the experiences you planned to have! This new series aims to give tourists a native’s look at what’s the best route to take on a weekend in the City. We’re starting with my greatest love, Manhattan, and as I explore the outer boroughs this summer, I’ll take you along for the ride.

d to have! This new series aims to give tourists a native’s look at what’s the best route to take on a weekend in the City. We’re starting with my greatest love, Manhattan, and as I explore the outer boroughs this summer, I’ll take you along for the ride.

3 Ways Successful Entrepreneurs Get Visible Online

Being visible is something we spend a lot of time in Facebook groups talking about. This isn’t truly a digital tip and that’s why it’s living here, on Vix in the City. It’s a tip for anyone in any business, anywhere because it is about standing out from the crowd, taking up the space you deserve and building a career that allows you to have a beautifully fulfilled life.