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If you’re a procrastinator like I am, you might find To-Do lists pretty annoying. I mean, they stare at you just daring you to cross one off just one item. And you stare back like, yeah, I’ve got all day to complete that list. I’m good at what I do. I’m quicker than most people,Continue reading Make Your To-Do List a Ta-Da List→
Today we complete our journey to boost your mental fitness. Of course, this is not really the end of your journey – it’s just the beginning. And the knowledge you gain today will catapult you into a realm most people never experience. Yeah, it’s just that good. Now, since this is the third and finalContinue reading Boost Your Mental Fitness, Part 3→
Welcome to part two of our three-part series on boosting your mental fitness. Before we dive, if you haven’t read the previous post, I strongly recommend you do, so you can follow along more smoothly. Alright, let’s get to it. Today, we are going to explore the second muscle required to boost your mental fitnessContinue reading Boost Your Mental Fitness, Part 2→
Today we are going to start off on a three-part journey on the subject of resilience and mental fitness. Over the next three posts, we will explore the metal mechanics of resilience, how we get hijacked by our own minds, and how to combat these forces to enjoy more positivity, more productivity, and ultimately moreContinue reading Boost Your Mental Fitness, Part 1→
I don’t know about you, but I’m beginning to feel some pressure with the holidays, school, work, oh and that pesky pandemic that won’t seem to go away. With all of this pressure, stress, and sometimes anxiety, you might be wondering how you’re going to make it to the end of this year without goingContinue reading Build Resilience in Simple Acts→