Get Organized and Reduce Clutter

Get Organized and Reduce Clutter

After reading The Happiness Project, I have gotten the itch to improve little things in my life. For me, the self-realization that I was part packrat and part clutterer was a big one. I’m definitely not a hoarder, but I knew that I could get organized and reduce clutter in my life. I dreamed of… Read More >>

Setting New Goals for Your Happiness as You Age

Setting New Goals for Your Happiness as You Age

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 >>

How to Prevent Burnout

How to Prevent Burnout

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 >>

Simple Habits to Keeping Your Life Clutter Free

Simple Habits to Keeping Your Life Clutter Free

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 >>

Multitasking as Time Mismanagement

Multitasking as Time Mismanagement

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 >>

Daily Habits for Happiness and Success

Daily Habits for Happiness and Success

Happiness and success isn’t derived from tangible things. It’s a state of mind that allows you to further your progress in both your personal and professional life so that every day, you’re achieving goals and reaching new milestones toward a better life. To get yourself into this state of mind, you need to develop daily… Read More >>

Finding the Source of Your Motivation

Finding the Source of Your Motivation

You know what needs to be done. It’s obvious when you look at yourself or what lies around you. The work has been assigned, whether by your superior or yourself, and you must get started – but somehow, you lack the motivation to get off square one. Finding the source of your motivation is key… Read More >>

How to Keep Your Family Healthy

How to Keep Your Family Healthy

Living a healthy lifestyle is not always easy if one person in your household eats bad foods or have no desire to take care of themselves. But I believe people can change their bad habits, and develop new ones to a healthier lifestyle. Here’s 7 ways on how to keep your family healthy. Read More >>

Short-Term Thinking for Increased Success

Short-Term Thinking for Increased Success

Everywhere you turn, it seems that someone is touting the benefits of long term thinking. If you’re too focused on long term thinking, you lose sight of the success that you can find when you practice short term planning. I want to be an advocate for short-term thinking for increased success!  Read More >>

Get Your To-Do List Under Control

Get Your To-Do List Under Control

Is your to-do list almost too long to read every day? Or have you simply given up trying to keep a current to-do list. Don’t give up; get your to-do list under control to compliment your time management strategies. Read More >>

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