ABOUT SCOUTIE GIRL

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.

MEET OUR CONTRIBUTORS

INSPIRATION & REFLECTION

  • How to Thrive in Six steps – Step Six

    How to Thrive in Six steps – Step Six

    In step five I talked about how important it is to prevent burnout rather than start taking care of yourself when you reach rock bottom. Life can get in the way, but really it is vital to make conscious choices that honour your needs. Look ahead. In some cases this can mean staying on top(…)

  • Fill Your Spaces With the Right Content By Learning to Sit With the Unresolved

    Fill Your Spaces With the Right Content By Learning to Sit With the Unresolved

    Content vs. space, action vs. rest, the finished vs. the unresolved – knowing when to yield to which is half the battle in creating the life we want to live. A few weeks ago I gave my piano to a friend. My first reaction when she picked it up was to fill the empty space(…)

BUSINESS SENSE

  • 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(…)

  • How to Kick it Like Gotze (World Cup Tips for Creatives)

    How to Kick it Like Gotze (World Cup Tips for Creatives)

      I couldn’t resist a cheeky football (soccer if you’re American!) post seeing as I’ve just watched the Germany vs. Argentina World Cup final. Due to England’s rather hasty exit from the tournament, I decided to support Argentina. I could just as easily have chosen Germany, but with my salsera hat on I went with(…)