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For today’s link collection, let’s look at little ways we can shake up our lives, and make a few positive changes. There are always a few things that need a tweak or two. Instead of home improvements, let’s do some personal improvements!
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I am NOT a great housekeeper. I don’t live in filth, but it’s not Martha Stewart level perfection by any stretch. It’s good enough. I realized that I have anxiety about the cleanliness level of my house, so I thought I would share some thoughts on that. I’ve certainly learned a few things about housework, and home life over the years.
Continue reading “Housework Anxiety? Tips, Tricks, and Secrets about Home Life.”
For today’s link collection, let’s look at little ways we can examine our lives, and make a few positive changes. With summer finally here, we can let the good weather be a catalyst to make good decisions. There are always a few things in our lives that need a tweak or two.
Socrates said, “An unexamined life is not worth living”. I think that if we don’t stop and examine ourselves at regular intervals, we don’t progress, and can let things slip through the cracks.
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Wellness is an abstract, nebulous concept that seems to mean “healthy”, but also that your well-being is on point. Usually, it’s a term used in alternative medicine and the high-end spa industry to fleece you for money. But seriously, what is the cost of wellness?
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When the seasons change, we often note the passing of time and take a look at where we are. We examine our home, our finances, the three pounds we’ve gained over the winter. Have you ever thought about spring cleaning your relationships?
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The weather has been teasing us with a fake promise of spring, but the cold grey muck is certain to descend again soon. This week, let’s take a look at some links that are purely beautiful, fascinating, and peaceful. Think of it as a five minute vacation from your world! Perhaps do some deep breathing while you check these out.
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It is always okay to ask for help. No matter what your current circumstances, if you need it, please ask for help, or go get it.
I recently read an article about a very famous singer who had a terrible altercation with someone at a red carpet event. She was extremely upset, and realized that she craved a drink. She left the event as soon as she could, and went to a group meeting. Continue reading “It is always okay to ask for help”
Today’s links are all about Health and Wellness. It’s too easy to fall into bad habits and malaise in the darkest days of winter, with spring still months away. Don’t give in to the dark side – especially if you suffer from anxiety, stress, and depression. Even if you don’t, most of us could use a health tune up this month.
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Everyone thinks of romantic love on Valentine’s Day, but why not take a few minutes to explore all of the different kinds of love we have in this world?
There can be a letdown after Valentine’s Day, but there doesn’t have to be. Whether or not you have a romantic partner, it’s better if the amount of love in your life is spread over many areas. Don’t let the fake chocolate and roses holiday be the only occasion to examine the love in all areas of your world.
Continue reading “After the Valentine’s Love Fest”