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Scoutie Girl is a daily digital lifestyle magazine providing our readers with stories, philosophies, and innovative ideas about creative living and striving to be a better individual within your community. Here you can connect, converse, and begin a dialogue with other extraordinary people. Prepare to get inspired.

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INSPIRATION & REFLECTION

  • Autumn Portal: Sights, Sounds, and Smells of Fall

    Autumn Portal: Sights, Sounds, and Smells of Fall

    My favorite memory of fall as a child is of my dad and I raking leaves together. As I jumped in a big pile of leaves that had already been raked, scattering leaves over our lawn, I remember my dad pretending to be exasperated at first, then enthusiastically joining in my laughter. As we bid(…)

  • How to Stay in the Energy of What You Want

    How to Stay in the Energy of What You Want

    For most of my life I’ve loved being in the dream energy. I see what’s possible, I love big pictures and I imagine those dreams as reality. My personal journey has involved learning to navigate the current reality towards the dream. As I hold a bigger vision for my life and work, I find it’s(…)

BUSINESS SENSE

  • Using Core Guides to Shape Your Business

    Using Core Guides to Shape Your Business

    Last month we talked about identifying and applying your core beliefs. To build on that work, let’s dive into your core guides. What is a core guide? Kind of like it sounds like, it’s a value that guides your work. Everybody has them. Your Core Guides What guides your work? Perhaps values like excellence, innovation,(…)

  • Using Core Values to Guide Your Business

    Using Core Values to Guide Your Business

    As a small business owner, you’re faced with lots of decisions everyday. Is this Instagram photo on brand? Should I give the refund? HTML or plain text newsletter? Your decision-making process becomes much simpler once you connect to your core values. When your core values inform your work, you feel more like yourself, and get(…)