So many of us wonder why our lives look the same year after year – why we continue to repeat mistakes in relationships, finances, careers, health, etc. and why we often feel stuck or unmotivated in different aspects of our life. I believe the issue lies within our mindset.
Do you ever find yourself saying, “I would love to do ‘this’ with my life but I just don’t have time”? Or, perhaps you say, “If I only had enough time, I could change my life for the better.” If so, give some of these strategies a try and
I realize decluttering is not a new concept by any means, however, I discovered so many benefits to decluttering as part of the life planning process that I thought it was worth doing a deep dive into why and how in case you are interested in giving it a
I came across this quote recently that basically sums up where I’m at in my life right now and has given me great pause for reflection… “The first step in crafting the life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.” ~Joshua Becker What do you think?
Most of the time when people think about life planning and goal setting they think about what type of planner or calendar would be best to list priorities and organize tasks. However, an effective life planning process must begin with self-awareness and self-responsibility. Setting up plans and using a
There are times in your life when you need to refocus, reenergize and recharge. Times when things may be going along just fine but you start to feel ‘the itch’ or yearning for something different. When this happens, it’s helpful to follow a process that will help you plan