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    Gratitude,  Mindfulness,  New Year,  Self Development,  Ultimate Blog Challenge

    Updating Your Routine in the New Year

    Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Some of the links below are affiliate links meaning that at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you purchase something using the link. Read the full disclaimer policy here. How is your New Year going so far? Have you selected your goals and plans for the year? Last year, I published a series of posts about habits and changing them. I think it’s a good thing to think about at the beginning of each year, don’t you? New Habits for Your Nighttime Routine The Best Habits for Early Morning Hours Track Your Habits What Is Habit…

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    Challenge,  Gratitude,  Journaling,  Mindfulness,  New Year,  self-care,  Stress,  Ultimate Blog Challenge

    “New Year, New You” 30-Day Positivity Challenge

    Day 3. Slow Down. Appreciate. Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Some of the links below are affiliate links meaning that at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you purchase something using the link. Read the full disclaimer policy here. Are you making it your personal goal to ring in the New Year by reflecting all there is to be thankful for? This is a perfect activity to broaden your mindset and invite more positivity into your life as you say goodbye to things that no longer serve you and open the door to truth, love, and total happiness. One way to…

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    Healthy Living,  Mindfulness,  New Year,  Self Development,  self-care

    Reassess Yourself Going Into the New Year: Who Am I?

    Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Some of the links below are affiliate links meaning that at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you purchase something using the link. Read the full disclaimer policy here. Who am I? Most people have asked themselves this question at least once in their lives. It’s often asked after a major change in our lives such as a divorce or job loss — or the start of a New Year. We might ask the question as we graduate school or when our children are grown. Throughout our lives, we often struggle to identify who we are…

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    New Year,  Self Development,  self-care

    New Year’s Round-Up

    Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Some of the links below are affiliate links meaning that at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you purchase something using the link. Read the full disclaimer policy here. Happy New Year! I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season! Have you been making plans for the New Year? About your life and your business? What do you want to do this year? Where do you want to end up? It’s not too late to think about what you want… New Year’s Post Round-Up I have published several articles during my time on this blog…

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    Gratitude,  Healthy Living,  Mindfulness,  New Year,  self-care

    How to Have a Productive Year

    Although January has already begun, it isn’t too late to plan on having the most productive year ever. And it isn’t about doing as much as you can,working nonstop, and not having a life. to have a productive year, you just require a little planning and balance. Stop Repeating the Same Mistakes You know what they say: Doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results, is the definition of insanity. If you want to be more productive than you have been before, then you have to do things differently. Take some time to figure out what you have been doing that isn’t working, and do it differently.…

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    Tips for Winter Cleaning

    You may be in the practice of spring cleaning, where you focus on deep cleaning areas of your home every spring. While this is a great time to clean areas of your home that don’t get much attention, why not move it a little earlier in your year like winter cleaning? By focusing on this near the beginning of the year, you start your year off right and have less to do in the springtime. Make a List of the Tasks You Have Been Avoiding You can start your winter cleaning new year simply by knowing what needs to be done. Write down all the tasks (cleaning or otherwise) that…