With the change of the season and the beginning of a new quarter, now is a good time to take a look at all those “New Year’s Resolutions”; what have you done towards accomplishing them? Did you forget about them? Are you tired of starting a task but not finishing it, or feeling stuck and unhappy? It is time to wake up and bloom during this spring. Spring is typically a season most people think that rebirth and renewal happens. Yes that means it is time to get up off your butt and start to put energy and time behind your heart’s desire
We worry ourselves sick a lot of the time. Some of us worry ourselves to death. Why worry so much?
Worrying is a natural mental and emotional activity, an easy habit to fall into. Our brains are designed (or evolved) to pay attention to danger. When the lion or wolf attacks, we need to be prepared to run like hell, so fear prepares our bodies to do so by releasing hormones that direct the blood flow to the running muscles and change our breathing for the emergency state.
With “fake food” reports up 60% this year alone, isn't it time we get back to eating REAL Food?
Most of us just assume that we’re buying safe food when we go to the grocery store. After all, the government protects us, right? Well….some laws are in place, but whether they’re being enforced is another story..
This just became more evident when the scientific nonprofit, USP, United States Pharmacopeial Convention, announced that new reports of fake and contaminated food products submitted to its Food Fraud
It's a new year and time to think about positive changes.
For many of us, it is easy to have a goal and then get so busy in our lives we forget about it. In many organizations, a great plan is developed and then it sits on the shelf because the day-to-day functioning consumes all the time and focus of the employees. Certified Professional Coaches are aware that this is a barrier for clients. When clients are asked what could hold them back, they will often say “me” or “procrastination” or “laziness” as the barriers to success.
We love you, guys, but these things are making us crazy.
You know that moment when your eyes widen and you think, did he really just do that? Sometimes, no matter how much you love him, your man does that one thing that just irritates the hell of you. New research shows annoying behavior can actually slow down your brain activity. So listen up, ladies, you’ve got your minds to protect. Here's what you have to get your guys to out the kibosh on.
Couponing is something that can help you more than you think! Read on for more info!
By Consumer Watchdog, Mary Schwager, for GalTime.comsmart shopping with coupons
How much time would you spend to save some money? A new survey found 62% of shoppers spend up to TWO HOURS a week searching, scanning and scouting for discounts. Does it pay off?
Get into these daily habits and watch your life transform in 30 days.
By Dr. Joe Rubino, creator of www.successhappinessformula.com and CEO of www.CenterForPersonalReinvention.com
All too often, we tend to put off those things that are most important to us well into the future. We justify our procrastination with excuses about how we lack, time, money, or some other permission that will allow us to step into a life of true choice and happiness.
A Christian woman discusses how to keep from settling, yet still be open minded.
Lists: we all have them. Many relationship experts and dating websites advise people to make lists so they might understand exactly what they are looking for in a mate. The goal, perhaps, is to add a bit of logic to an otherwise illogical process of falling for someone, and a little logic never hurt anyone, right?
Could you be the one sabotaging your own relationships? Detect 5 habits you may not be aware of.
By Marianne Beach, for GalTime
We’ve all heard the infamous break-up line: “It’s not you, it’s me!” But what if it really IS you that’s been sabotaging your relationship-- without even knowing it?
Psychiatrist Rebecca Gladding, MD, co-author of “You are Not Your Brain: The 4-Step Solution for Changing Bad Habits, Ending Unhealthy Thinking, and Taking Control of Your Life” offers us the top five bad relationship habits we slip into...and how to break them once and for all.
This concept first was presented to me by my first true love. I remember the moment clearly, though I have to admit, it happened nearly 40 years ago!
I was sitting on the stairs of the art museum waiting for my art class to begin. His name was Dennis and I had certainly noticed him before this moment. His good looks and confident swag were hard to miss. I had not, however, considered him as a possible love match - until that moment.
When you have healthy indifference, you never feel deprived. Take this Healthy Indiffernce Test.
Whether you are trying to start, stop or continue a habit of any kind, success lies in developing a healthy indifference toward the matter. Indifference may not sound like a positive state. Indifference can imply medicrity or lack of interest; however, indifference is the opposite of compulsion. Creating healthy indifference is one of the fundamental lessons I teach in our Colorado Wellness Retreats. Guests leave the retreats with the ability to make a decision and stick to it.