There are many habits and practices that add value to our lives. Some take years of training and practice; others can be expensive. However, finding new ways to enrich your … Continue reading Two simple practices that will add value to your life.
Before I continue, let me remind you of the two definitions from my last post: Perfectionism (n): refusal to accept any standard short of perfection. Balance (v): keep or put … Continue reading Stop acting like your perfect (part 2).
Last week, I challenged you to take a few minutes of your weekend to think about the time suckers in your life. I hope you were able to benefit from … Continue reading Weekend Challenge #2
My sister and I were in the checkout line at Target. As we waited, the gentleman behind us arranged all of his items on the conveyer belt. In the … Continue reading Stop acting like your perfect.
Quit your day job. Okay, don’t quit your day job. But, unless you happen to be doing what you love – and I mean really LOVE (you know, that can’t … Continue reading How to quit your day job.
We’ve all been there – at the cell phone store, trying to upgrade our smartphones, waiting…and waiting…and waiting…for the sales associate to transfer our data. Or, if you’re like me, … Continue reading Declutter your phone (or tablet) in 15 minutes or less.
I once wrote a handout for my university Writing Center entitled “How to Procrastinate Well.” It was inspired by a thought: What if we changed the way we viewed procrastination? … Continue reading Procrastinating Well