Track Your Time to See What You REALLY Do All Day

Have you ever gotten to the end of the day and wondered what you spent all day doing? Whether you're a stay-at-home mom, a homeschooler or a professional who works in the office, chances are you've had this experience. And even if you haven't, there are probably time wasters that take up more of your…

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Do Amazing Things. Don’t Take No For An Answer.

The following post is from Sherri of Serene Journey and Zen Family Habits: I'm sure we've all been here before. We have a great idea or a brilliant plan, and we approach someone, expecting them to agree and give us a resounding "yes"...only we are met with "no". No? What do you mean no? It's…

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How To Get Started When You Don’t Feel Like Working

The following post is from Celestine of The Personal Excellence Blog: We've all been there before, times when we don't feel like working at all. While we can slip into our beds and laze the day away, that's not an option when deadlines are looming and important projects are at stake. Here are 5 simple…

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Manage Your Time With a Funky Clock

I love analog clocks, and my husband and I have often talked about creating a clock wall in our home where we could display all kinds of different clocks. Although our tastes tend to run more on the modern side most of the time, I really like classic clocks as well. 1. Nuevo Furniture Shimmer…

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The Importance of Breaking Goals into Managable Steps

Do you set goals for yourself regularly? I firmly believe that goal-setting is an important part of achieving our dreams and improving our life, a principle that applies to entrepreneurs, students, mothers and artists alike. Identifying areas where we want to grow and change is a skill that sets successful people apart, but so often…

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Three Revelations That Lead to Greater Success
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Three Revelations That Lead to Greater Success

The following post is from Jeff of My Super-Charged Life: Do you want to enjoy more success? However you define success, you likely want more of it.  You want to accomplish more of your goals.  You want to experience more favorable outcomes. And you want to see more of your intended purpose become reality. After…

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The Morning Routine for Every Age

I’m contributing to a series of posts over at Cozi’s Live Simply called Helping Kids Help Themselves, and the most recent post features morning routines for every age: If you don't feel rushed getting out of the house on a weekday morning, hats off to you! For everyone else, taking care of breakfast, dishes, clothes,…

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5 Simple Tips To Be More Effective with Your Time

The following post is from Celestine of The Personal Excellence Blog: When I first started my personal development business two years ago, I would do everything myself. I read every reader email in detail and would reply to them in few days' time. I oversaw every part of the business, from the blogging, site administration,…

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Motivational Quotes Printable & Desktop Background

When you're pursuing a goal or dream or working to make your vision a reality, it's easy to get discouraged, especially if you focus on the day-to-day challenges and failures rather than the big picture. I created this printable/desktop background with some of my favorite quotes and phrases to encourage you to keep pursuing your…

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Question of the Day: Where You Do Your Best Thinking

I know I'm not the only one who does my best thinking in the shower. There's just something about the relaxation, the quiet and the fact that there's no to-do list to check off that lets me brainstorm and think through problems. For the same reasons, I also do a lot of thinking when I'm…

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