Redirect the Demands

I refuse to allow pressure to steal my peace. When we redirect the demands for our attention and money which are so prevalent during this time of year to what really matters, we experience incredible freedom!  It's time to take ownership of our joy, our gratitude, our reflection, instead of leaving it in the hands of the department stores and promotional sales. Let's take a deep breath and plan to release the pressure. 

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The Organized Lifestyle: Procrastination and Productivity

Growing up, I was focused, but the older I became the more procrastination set in. My mother helped me type a 20 page thesis while I was writing it the night before it was due. Once I began attending college, I thought that I could focus more with a glass of wine in my hand until the glass became a bottle and the only interest I had was in going out. Procrastination had officially hit an all time high as I banged papers out on the keyboard at 4:00AM because I'd officially put it off as long as I possibly could. I've got six tips to help you enjoy more productivity over longer periods of time so click the link to read about them.

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Rediscovering Worth: Lessons from One Year in Business

It's been one year since I officially went into business, and it's been mind boggling. Seriously. I don't know that I've ever cried more in one year than I did this year. I've wored harded than I ever have before in my life and it's difficult to process because I don't know how much I have to show for it when I look back...if you're measuring value in the traditional sense by the things you can see.

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The Exaggerated No!

Last week was rough! I pray about everything I do...or at least the big stuff, because I'm in such new and self employed unchartered territory, but it didn't ease the blow I felt last week.

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