Time IS money, use it wisely.

Time IS money, Use it Wisely

Time is money. Often, we see that phrase and think, “If I’m wasting time, then I’m losing money”. But I offer you an alternative thought: “Time IS money”. It’s the currency we exchange for the things that we deem most important. To take this one step further, money is simply an outward sign of our …

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Why Setting Boundaries is Important

When we think of boundaries, we often think of a fence that keeps things out, or that keeps things in – animals, people, etc. An emotional boundary is the same thing. It keeps other people’s baggage, negativity, and unresolved issues from getting in to you, and it keeps your energy from going out to them. …

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I’ll Be Happy When

What are your feelings of happiness based on? Is it something that is happening right now? Or are they based on something that you hope will happen in the future? ”I’ll be happy when I lose weight. I’ll be happy when I get a promotion. I’ll be happy when I get a significant other (or …

12 Ideas to Help you Stop Worrying - Lucy

12 Ideas to Help You Stop Worrying

In one of his Instagram posts, Jason Dzamba (@jasondzamba) asked the question, “How would you describe 2020 in one word?” My word for this year was transition. For a lot of people, their word for the year would be something more like, stressful, hard, depressing, or trying. For the majority of people, there have been …

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7 Things That Gratitude is Not

Knowing what gratitude is not is just as important as knowing what it is. If we can distinguish between the two, then we can learn ways to practice it, and implement it into our lives more easily. We can also use it as a way to make our world better, rather than making things harder …

Questions to ask yourself to help you grow

Ask Yourself These Questions Every Day

Recently I watched Brendon Burchard’s Influencer Summit. I took 15 or 20 pages of notes throughout the sessions, and my brain is still swirling with all of the good information that Brendon and the other speakers gave. Since those sessions, I’ve been asking myself these three questions every single day: 1) What am I doing …