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Time Management, Flow & Efficiency of Organized Spaces

By | September 19th, 2019|Categories: Efficiency, Time Management|Tags: , , , , , |

One thing I do for myself on a regular basis, is to get my nails done at my local nail salon.  My nails never were in the best of shape, so I get acrylic overlays to protect them and to keep them looking good.  On occasion I will get a pedicure as well.  It’s a self-care practice that I have done for many years. The other day when I went in to get my nails done, I decided to treat myself to a pedicure.  While I was there relaxing in one of their massage chairs, I noticed, as I do [...]

Ingrained Beliefs

By | January 10th, 2018|Categories: Mindfullness, Problem Solving|Tags: , , |

What are ingrained beliefs?  The definition of ‘ingrained’ in terms of beliefs, according to Cambridge Dictionary is, “so established that they are difficult to change.” Difficult to change, but not impossible.  We begin to learn ingrained beliefs at a very early age.  Some may not be as formal lessons, but in the words and actions we absorb through others in our environment. The ‘others’ can be family members, friends, and school teachers, as well as communications through the media.  Some people communicate in a variety of compelling ways.  We as humans have the faculty of free-will.  Through free-will we get [...]

Feelings – How Does it Make You Feel?

By | November 15th, 2017|Categories: Focus, Motivation|Tags: , , |

  We all have feelings of joy, happiness, peace, sense of accomplishment, etc., from time to time. It would be great if we could have those positive feelings more often. Well, I’m here to tell you that we can, and we should. Everyone is different in the way they feel about things and situations that occur in their life.  One person may love their job, and another person that does the same job, may dread going to work every day.  Mindfulness of how we feel is the key to determine how to react to things and situations in our lives. [...]