Dealing with a bullet journal for years proved its inherent worth. Nothing beats hand-to-paper for massaging creativity while formulating dreams-to-reality planning. But honesty demands acknowledging: digital better addresses some subjects.
Still have a Google+ account? 2nd hack materialized this month. Kill it, today, using this how-to cheat sheet.
Talk 'bout bodacious goals! Black woman. Running for governor. In Georgia. Stacey Abrams electrifies while detailing 3 questions to ask yourself about everything you do.
We plot. We plan. A host of subtle beliefs underly those schemes. Example: our future self reflects a sorta polished version of our current self. Ummmm, errrr, no SherlockReena!
Sometimes, a sitcom inadvertently bumps into the truth. Jeannie's head-bow-blink trick moved her desires into the realm of reality. Turns out, every person breathing holds a similar power. Here's how it works.
We grab that mug of hot steamy coffee most work days. Ever wonder about all the folks who had a hand in creating that wake-brain-cells treat?
Countless studies and articles echo the same principle: master your first thoughts of the day, and you master your life.
Most folks look in the mirror and see a giver. Yet their actions shout anything but. Check yourself, and also learn how to deal effectively with the self-serving crew.
Kindness is good for your health. It regulates our heart rate; we get a warm, cozy feeling. Our brain releases dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphins, all of which make us happy. And oxytocin also reduces inflammation in the heart, so kindness is literally good for your heart!
In this 11 minute TED Talk, Eduardo Briceño reveals useful techniques to ensure you continue to move forward in your quest for discernible self-improvement.
Life inflicts events guaranteed to bring you to your knees. I fought back, devising a new daily habit sourced in a cement-mindset bullet journal spread. Worked! Here's the how and why.
What would happen if we embraced all facets of diversity running through our very own veins? For starters, poisonTicians would lose lazy thinkers, i.e. their voting base