The Intro #23: Check one thing off your to-do list

April 23, 2020
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Big news! We decided to make the most of sheltering-in-place and used it as an opportunity to upgrade our look and get fancy with our brand. Do you like our new style?

Huge thanks to brilliant designer and creative mastermind, Caitlin Hottinger, who helped us bring our dreams to life. Check out all of her great work here.

What have you tackled during this season that you might have otherwise put off? (And if your answer is “keeping my children alive and semi-educated” or “learning 247 TikTok dances,” that is totally valid. There is no “winning” at this — we’re all just doing our best!)

A lot of our quarantine projects have revolved around organization — both physically and digitally. We’re cleaning out closets and inboxes and desktops like it’s our job — and those tiny achievements feel like we are moving mountains.

So here’s your encouragement for the day: Check one thing off your to-do list. It can be the tiniest thing there. You can even add something to your list just so you can cross it off (we do this A LOT). And then celebrate that victory.

You did it! GO YOU.

Allison Kooser

Allison is Chief Storyteller at Swell+Good, where she partners with amazing organizations to help them bring their stories to life. She is an avid traveler, an expert takeout orderer, and a big believer in curiosity and kindness. She tries to learn something new every day, and she reads, writes, and paddleboards more than the average human.
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