CREDIT: Getty Images Photo by: Getty Images  We've all had those highly emotional moments where a poorly executed project unexpected budget overage or other piece of bad news has gotten our heart rates skyrocketing and sent our objectivity out the door. Then we did something we regretted. These moments of frantic and emotional reaction do not usually lead to the best results or to the best development of your team. Over the years I have cultivated a much different path on how to utilize my…

CREDIT: Getty Images Photo by: Getty Images We've all had those highly emotional moments where a poorly executed project unexpected budget overage or other piece of bad news has gotten our heart rates skyrocketing and sent our objectivity out the door. Then we did something we regretted. These moments of frantic and emotional reaction do not usually lead to the best results or to the best development of your team. Over the years I have cultivated a much different path on how to utilize my…

The White Envelope    ***i want to do this for my husband**** maybe even for other days than Christmas*** he would enjoy this more than just some item i picked up for him too. ;) wonderful story, thanks

The White Envelope ***i want to do this for my husband**** maybe even for other days than Christmas*** he would enjoy this more than just some item i picked up for him too. ;) wonderful story, thanks

Most of us are guilty of thinking we’ll be happier when we’ve achieved a certain goal, but inevitably, that goal keeps changing, meaning we often fail to appreciate what we do have. Also known as ‘destination addiction’, pinning our happiness on the future can leave us frantic and stressed. So, in order to help us feel content with our present – rather than pining after our future – hypnotherapist and Founder of Relax Me Happy Zofie Lloyd-Kucia has shared her top tips for feeling happy, now…

7 Small Ways To Feel Happy Now

Most of us are guilty of thinking we’ll be happier when we’ve achieved a certain goal, but inevitably, that goal keeps changing, meaning we often fail to appreciate what we do have. Also known as ‘destination addiction’, pinning our happiness on the future can leave us frantic and stressed. So, in order to help us feel content with our present – rather than pining after our future – hypnotherapist and Founder of Relax Me Happy Zofie Lloyd-Kucia has shared her top tips for feeling happy, now…

Most of us are guilty of thinking we’ll be happier when we’ve achieved a certain goal, but inevitably, that goal keeps changing, meaning we often fail to appreciate what we do have. Also known as ‘destination addiction’, pinning our happiness on the future can leave us frantic, stressed and unhappy. So, in order to help us feel content with our present – rather than pining after our future – hypnotherapist and Founder of Relax Me Happy Zofie Lloyd-Kucia has shared her six top tips for…

7 Small Ways To Feel Happy Now

Most of us are guilty of thinking we’ll be happier when we’ve achieved a certain goal, but inevitably, that goal keeps changing, meaning we often fail to appreciate what we do have. Also known as ‘destination addiction’, pinning our happiness on the future can leave us frantic, stressed and unhappy. So, in order to help us feel content with our present – rather than pining after our future – hypnotherapist and Founder of Relax Me Happy Zofie Lloyd-Kucia has shared her six top tips for…

So...WE MOVED! Some of you with keen eyes already noticed things look different around here   Over the last couple months we've been frantically hunting for a new home. And I mean frantic, in the most stressful period of our lives. We finally landed on a perfect little spot inbetween the lake and the city's biggest park. I can give the biggest cheer that we're no longer condo dwellers: I'm still amazed at how we managed to fit two grown adult bodies, a home office, a cat (and all those…

So...WE MOVED! Some of you with keen eyes already noticed things look different around here Over the last couple months we've been frantically hunting for a new home. And I mean frantic, in the most stressful period of our lives. We finally landed on a perfect little spot inbetween the lake and the city's biggest park. I can give the biggest cheer that we're no longer condo dwellers: I'm still amazed at how we managed to fit two grown adult bodies, a home office, a cat (and all those…

What is the meaning of life? Shouldn't I have achieved more by now? Does it all even matter anyway? My thoughts at 2am every day. Wear you mind...

Existential Crisis hard enamel pin

What is the meaning of life? Shouldn't I have achieved more by now? Does it all even matter anyway? My thoughts at 2am every day. Wear you mind...

Minimizing doesn't have to mean a frantic purge culminating in an overflowing trash can. Zero waste and decluttering CAN go together - here's how.

Minimizing doesn't have to mean a frantic purge culminating in an overflowing trash can. Zero waste and decluttering CAN go together - here's how.

sync up autism: Back to school means core words with BOOKS! http://syncupautism.blogspot.com/2014/09/back-to-school-means-core-words-with.html?m=1

sync up autism: Back to school means core words with BOOKS! http://syncupautism.blogspot.com/2014/09/back-to-school-means-core-words-with.html?m=1

The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask. I encourage people to read the full article, for no other reason than its a very interesting read.

The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask. I encourage people to read the full article, for no other reason than its a very interesting read.

It's just a small, white envelope stuck among the branches of our Christmas tree. No name, no identification, no inscription. It has peeked through the branches of our tree for the past 10 years or so.      It all began because my husband Mike hated Christmas---oh, not the true meaning of Christmas, but the commercial aspects of it-overspending...the frantic running around at the last minute to get a tie for Uncle Harry and the dusting powder for Grandma -- the gifts given in desperation…

It's just a small, white envelope stuck among the branches of our Christmas tree. No name, no identification, no inscription. It has peeked through the branches of our tree for the past 10 years or so. It all began because my husband Mike hated Christmas---oh, not the true meaning of Christmas, but the commercial aspects of it-overspending...the frantic running around at the last minute to get a tie for Uncle Harry and the dusting powder for Grandma -- the gifts given in desperation…

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