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Conquering Procrastination

The word procrastinate comes from the Latin procrastinatus, which means, literally, “forward tomorrow.” If you’ve been putting off till tomorrow what you could – and should – do today, then recognize that procrastination is a habit that can be broken. But it won’t happen overnight. It takes 21 days to form a new habit. So […]

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Why We Procrastinate

Frozen. That’s how we feel when we have a daunting task in front of us. We know we need to do it, but we don’t know where or how to start. So we put it off. We’ll get to it tomorrow, right? Then tomorrow comes, and we feel just as frozen, and even more panicked […]

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National Buy Nothing Day

(11/27/2013) What’s More Important?  Your Stuff or Your Time? Did you know that the Friday after Thanksgiving is National Buy Nothing Day? There are probably a lot of reasons to buy nothing the day after Thanksgiving… but here’s mine:    Stuff adds to our clutter and eats up our time. I’ve come to the conclusion that […]

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Setting Goals

(02/04/2014) Have you already blown your New Year’s Resolution?  Do you berate yourself daily for not being able to stick to it? We often set high standards and goals for ourselves that are almost impossible to reach.  So, forget your New Year’s Resolution, and let’s start fresh today.  It’s February and the start of a […]

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