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Working Hard for Money is Overrated

Originally posted on Mind Mindfully:
It is inevitable, with hard work comes some form of suffering e.g. sacrifice. There’s some things I’m willing to work hard for and money is not one of them. Sounds a bit extreme but I’m going to explain. Grades I’ve worked really hard for the majority of my life to… Continue reading

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Do you know what you are committed too?

Originally posted on Damascus Way Recovery:
By looking at the results you are creating, it is quite simple to find out what you are committed too. And, majority of the time, we do not realize how committed we are to a particular task. Especially those tasks that are troubling for us. We spend an enormous amount of… Continue reading

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About Me

Originally posted on peaceloveandpassion:
Hello everyone! Welcome to my blog! I’m 28 living in the Hertfordshire countryside. I decided to start this blog to document my journey into a happier, healthier, peaceful, more passionate lifestyle. I am currently a full time carer for two members of my immediate family, something which hopefully I will be… Continue reading

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Begin again

Originally posted on About the Art:
I like to lick my wounds. Replay the story over and over again. I wake up thanking that it didn’t appear in my dreams. “What have I done wrong?” “How can I get a revenge?”, “Should I change the way I dress?”, “Did I boss them around too much?”,… Continue reading

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Why you should create a personal manifesto

Originally posted on Julia Marie:
It’s cliche but the phrase “if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything” comes to mind. Having a personal code of conduct, goals, standards gives you guidance when you feel lost in the pace of the modern world we inhabit. This world doesn’t make a lot of sense… Continue reading

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Periodization Planner

I would suggest that you start off simple and come up with a weekly exercise plan, but be SMART about it. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-Related) It can really help to zone in on what you would like to acheive. Make your weekly training plan specific to your fitness goal, find a way to measure … Continue reading Periodization Planner Continue reading

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Short-Term Versus Long-Term Goals?

Originally posted on How Effective Leaders Get Things Done:
A manager said, “I take the long view.  We drive toward goals three to five years in the future.  Annually, we adjust and revise as needed.” Another manager responded, “I have a general idea of a long-term vision, but I try to avoid getting ahead of… Continue reading

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The Truth about being a Fitness Professional

Originally posted on #fattieulingadventures:
I’m a fitness coach but I am not the healthiest and fittest out there. Working in the fitness industry, everyone expects us to look absolutely ripped (2% body fat and 8-pack abs and all), and have so much time in our hands (freelance coaches like myself, especially). Not that it’s an… Continue reading

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Working on Goals:Setting Intentions

Originally posted on Psychology of Mindfulness:
Achieving goals can be rewarding. It can help Improve your well-being and sense of self. Although there are benefits to creating goals, and implementing them. It can be hard for most people to sustain the goals. It can be difficult to remain consistent, and continue to achieve the goals… Continue reading

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Can broad goals make you happier?

Originally posted on A Better Man:
You might have heard that the best way to achieve something you want to do is to make specific rules. But specificity isn’t always the right approach. When you’re trying to live in the moment, give the goals a rest. In a study published in March in the Journal… Continue reading

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