When you’re young, your goal is often to graduate college, find a well-paying career, get into a committed relationship, buy a house and start a family. Along this road, the young hope for financial stability, recognition and happiness. Setting new goals for your happiness as you age can be beneficial in the long run. Read More >>
Sometimes you have to remember to fill up your gas tank (so to speak), otherwise, you run the risk of running on empty. Creating a self-care list can help as suggested recently by Stephenie Zamora. Some self-care should be daily, other self-care items can be monthly, etc. Self-care can help fuel your energy levels. Learn… Read More >>
Sometimes bad habits are hard to break. Good habits take time to develop, especially when it comes to organizing. How many times have you lost your keys, shoes or important papers because there is too much clutter in your home? Clearing the clutter from your home and your life, will take some time and effort… Read More >>
The idea that multitasking is the answer to squeezing more work into the same eight hours is actually creating habits that cause you to mismanage time. Let’s take a look at how your multitasking as time mismanagement can be remedied! Read More >>
Your productivity at work is directly related to the amount of energy you have! Knowing where your natural energy comes in your day is a great way to create a time management and energy flow that works best for your lifestyle.
Today’s topic brings so much joy to me to share with you. If you struggle at all with dealing with people, your spouse, your job, your boss or your life in general in small or big ways, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE read this book, Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff.
I think one of the biggest adjustments to living in the country is weekly meal planning. We no longer live two minutes away from our favorite Chinese restaurant, a Taco Bell, or the grocery store deli. The first week we lived at our new house, it became very apparent that weekly meal planning had to…
Money brings happiness. Increased income directly correlates to an increase in happiness. But is money alone the cause for your happiness? Can happiness be bought? Take an introspective look at how you can bring more happiness into your life with a couple of fundamental ideas.