self improvement

September 2019

5 Non-Self Help Books That You Should Read to Improve Your Outlook on Life

By Laura from www.laurasbooksandblogs.com The Self-Help section. It’s an aisle we all need to visit once in awhile, but it comes with a world of judgment. Who needs to be seen flipping through books about their phobias, disorders, and failures? And when you do work up the courage to peruse those shelves, what do you […]

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September 2019

Simple Self Improvement Tips For A Stay At Home Mom

Author: Viv from http://www.vivsimone.com When I was made redundant while I was pregnant I felt like my personal growth stagnated. I was previously in a managerial job where I worked on my self-improvement all the time. The business I worked for closed without notice. And unfortunately for me, no one wanted to employ a visibly […]

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September 2019

How to Use Guilt to Make Positive Life Changes

Sometimes guilt is a good thing. Sometimes guilt alerts you to behaviors you have that aren’t right. We all have an inner guidance system that clearly understands right from wrong and has the knowing when things are off. Sometimes guilt is the knowing that what is happening, what you are doing, or the results you […]

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September 2019

Five Areas in Your Life You Should be Focusing On Improving

There is never a good time to not work on self-improvement. Life is ever changing and with that we should never stop learning, expanding and continuing to grow as our lives grow. Here are five areas to focus on first: 1. Get Fit. A healthy body is a gateway to a healthy life and mind. It […]

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August 2019

A Powerful Transformation is Brewing – Year Thirty Five

I wasn’t going to write tonight. I’ve been on the go so much the past several weeks and I’m feeling quite drained. I can’t seem to catch up on the missed sleep and my brain felt like mush most of today (and I was a bit delusional over the weekend from being so tired)… This […]

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August 2019

Why It’s Okay to Break Your Usual Self-Care Sunday Routine

Today was not my typical self-care Sunday. Honestly sharing, I was a bit on the cranky side this weekend. Last week was the wrap up of my big transition out of the corporate world – and I’m saying a three page transition document with links and how-to’s for the folks stepping in to cover my […]

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July 2019

Are You Using Guilt to Get What You Want from Others?

You may not know it, but you may use guilt as a tool and weapon. You may wield self-righteousness as a means to motivate others into doing what you want. Using guilt as a way to get what you want from others is a passive-aggressive tactic that never builds trust or achieves mutual respect. Take […]

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5 Ways to Celebrate Gratitude in Your Life

Practicing gratitude can be an easy way to boost your happiness. Take a Gratitude Walk Going for a walk is a great way to relieve stress and gain perspective. Walking can even be considered a form of meditation. It’s a fabulous way to focus on gratitude. Make a Gratitude Collage A fun way to acknowledge […]

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How Just One Little Note of Gratitude Can Brighten Someone’s Day

Writing is a powerful process. Sharing your written words of appreciation with others can have an even bigger impact than journaling privately. Personal notes can really brighten a person’s day, and the positive vibes are far-reaching. Writing Has Power. In a busy world, we can get caught up in ourselves and the things we absolutely […]

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How the LoveBlog is My Blogger’s Holiday Every Year

I am amazed at how fast this month went by. Usually I feel like February drags on forever. It was a good month. Lots of wonderful things are coming into play. And I owe a good bit to the opportunity I have with #LoveBlog. This yearly initiative pushes me to open up and share more. […]

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