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Dominate Tomorrow's Productivity happiness health

Part of being happy is being productive. Productivity is not something that comes easy to me but it’s really trial and error. I grew up not very organized person. And so I tried to work really hard to work on that. I found something lately that really helped me. So, I just want to share...

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Considerations to make when you need to get out of a FUNK: Anatomy of a habit

Seriously, habits are so powerful. Whether we’ve put much thought into it or not, I bet there are so many habits we want to develop. Habits can make or break your days.

For example, have you ever found yourself in the middle of a project that shouldn’t take long, but ends up sucking...

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Why Sprouted Grains might be an Option for those who have Food Sensitivity? gut health health

Sprouted grains are new niche in the market. You may have not heard about them yet but there is one company that dominated the sprout market for a long time. It’s called Ezekiel bread and they make sprouted bread.

 

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What's Slowing Down your Dinner Prep? health meal prep

Proper knife skills save a lot of time in meal prep. I want to talk about how to sharpen your knife, types of knives, and how to cut vegetables more easily and faster. I’ll show you my favorite knife too!

 

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Busy? Overwhelmed? Scatterbrained? happiness health

Have you feel busy or overwhelmed? If you don’t insert in your day for some quiet reflection to analyze plan and think about your day, reflect on that, be grateful for what you have, then it’s very hard to re-orient or center yourself.

 

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3 Steps to More Productive Better Days happiness health

There are 3 steps that I recently adapting to try to make my days better. There are 3 things to do in the evening to make yourself productive. You need to prepare your outfit in the night. The second thing is to clean your kitchen.

 

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Get Stuff Done Challenge: Day 5 Sizing up your day & learning which things to let go

 

By now you've adopted (or started to adopt) 3 major points in productivity;

  •  Categorize (Day 2)
  •  Prioritize (Day 1)
  •  Schedule (Day 2)

Finally, if you haven't sized up your day and found your most productive time or productive pockets, consider that. Some people are most...

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Get Stuff Done Day 4: The Power of "I"

Taking responsibility

Today, let’s take some time to continue to build on the areas we’ve already learned---targeted task items, priorities, weekly & daily lists, time chunking & minimizing distractions. Whenever you get off track, that’s all you NEED to do. Repeat the...

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Get Stuff Done Challenge: Day 3 Distractions & Time Chunking

 Distractions

Hey there, over half done! How do you feel? This is all about small wins compounded over time, so if you do the “work”, you will see results! Rinse and repeat. Make the list, make it doable and star the top 2-3 priorities. Priorities push you to do something you...

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Get Stuff Done Challenge: Day 2 Priorities & Due Dates

Assess + Revise

Good to see you again! Today, we rinse and repeat. How did yesterday’s list go?

Were your items small enough?
Were there too many items on the list to reasonably accomplish?
It’s okay if you didn’t get to everything. That’s what this is about--making...

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Get Stuff Done Challenge Day 1: Plan, Assess, Achieve

Getting started

Welcome aboard! You’re in the right place if you:

  • Ever get to the end of the day and wonder what you accomplished...
  • Feel like you’re drowning in your thoughts and “to dos” and can’t get your head above water
  • Leave your projects & goals undone...
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