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Manage your time and  you can reduce stress
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It’s difficult to discuss stress reduction without going into time management, because the two subjects are directly related. As we all know, not having enough time for all we want or need to do can be a major cause of stress.

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Manage Your Time with a #DIY Planner
www.gomominc.com

Today it’s all about time. Yes time ~ that four letter word because when you can’t find it you are desperate for ways to create that 25th hour. And when you have more than enough of it you couldn’t be happier. GO MOM! was founded on the concept of the GO MOM! Planner and today, […]

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Achieve in 2015
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New Year often brings a new focus and in order to develop in 2015, you need to follow a process that will help you achieve your goals in 2015 and beyond. Committing to personal development can mean f…

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6 Areas to Focus on for Work-Life Balance
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You only live once. Are you willing to trade away your balance in life for a prestigious position in your company or a higher pay package? Click to read more.

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Getting Things Done® | Mom gets the right things done with the Natural Planning Model
gettingthingsdone.com

I decided to apply the Natural Planning Model from GTD to my overall life plan.

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How to Conduct Your Own Annual Review : The Art of Non-Conformity
chrisguillebeau.com

Unconventional Strategies for Life, Work, and Travel

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Give Your Ideas Time to Percolate So You Bring Your Best to the Table
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It can be exciting when you have a eureka moment. However, rather than spilling the beans on your ideas quickly, you may be better off writing them down and giving them some more time to quietly develop in your mind to mature and complete themselves.

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Making Resolutions Almost Always Fails; Try This Instead
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The problem with resolutions is that they focus on everything wrong with your life. For a new approach, focus on optimizing what’s right.

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How to Craft an Information Diet That Actually Works
lifehacker.com

Some of us watch a lot of TV. We may read more articles than we need to (the irony is not lost on me here). We go on Twitter to kill our boredom. By consuming information more carefully and treating it like food for our minds (which it is), we can do it in a […]

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The 10 Commandments of Reducing Stress at Work
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The present day professional is a hard worker who devotes extra hours to work and is busy chasing success. He is interrupted six-seven times an hour and remains distracted for up to two hours in a da…

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Some Surprising Observations about How to Fight Clutter
psychcentral.com

One of the things about happiness that continually surprises me is the degree to which, for most people, outer order contributes to inner calm and inner self-command. In the context of a happy life, a crowded coat closet or an overflowing inbox is trivial,…

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How to Change Your Life in Just 2 Minutes a Day: 10 Quick Habits
enterghana.com

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” Lao Tzu “The distance is nothing; it is only the first step that is difficult.” Madame Marie du Deffand Making…

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5 Health Hacks For Crazy Busy People
www.pickthebrain.com

5 Health Hacks for super busy people that want to get it all done but struggle to find the time!

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Designing The Perfect Daily Routine
comfortpit.com

Learn how to design your perfect daily routine and implement it for maximum productivity and success.

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Slow Down:  5 Tasks Around the Home to Take Your Time With
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While there’s a time for rushing through home cleaning and repair tasks as quickly as possible to get back to living and enjoying the rest of your life, there are times when taking it a bit slower is advised. There are some tasks around the house where spending a bit more time getting through them […]

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Do You Struggle to Organize Your Life
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My method of organizing is simple. And I’m sharing the method with you, hoping that it will inspire you. If you like, you can modify any of these steps and develop your own method for organizing your life….

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5 Tips For Making Time For Yourself Despite Competing Priorities
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One woman recently asked me, “How do you go to work all day, attend several meetings, then come home and make dinner and tomorrow’s lunch and go to bed early enough to get enough sleep so that you can do it all over again tomorrow? Is there a way to […]

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The Theory of Cumulative Stress: How to Recover When Stress Builds Up | James Clear
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It was my first year of graduate school and my professor was standing at the front of the room. He was telling our class about a mistake he made years before.

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Three Dos and Don’ts for Handling Stress In the Heat of the Moment
lifehacker.com

In the heat of a stressful moment, it can be easy to lose ourselves. Everything you’ve worked on to reduce your stress level could fly right out the window in a really tough situation, but if you can remember these three simple dos and don’ts, you can make it through.

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The Theory of Cumulative Stress: How to Recover When Stress Builds Up
lifehacker.com

For most people, stress is simply a fact of life, and you need to learn how to manage it. Simply ignoring the stress in your life can cause it to snowball and take a physical toll. Here’s how to deal with your stress when it starts to build up.

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Meditation can be an aid to productivity in the workplace
www.smh.com.au

With the silly season approaching, we need to do less.

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How to Meditate (Even If You’re Really Impatient) – Life by DailyBurn
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For fidgety people, being alone with their thoughts can be torturous. We’ve got seven techniques for beginners who want to learn how to meditate.

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Teach yourself to resist temptation
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How do some people exercise an impossible amount of willpower? Professor Mischel (inset) set up a simple experiment in the Sixties to test his theory that anyone can learn self-restraint

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The Theory of Cumulative Stress: How to Recover When Stress Builds Up
jamesclear.com

It was my first year of graduate school and my professor was standing at the front of the room. He was telling our class about a mistake he made years before.

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5 Things We All Do That Over Complicates Our Lives
www.dumblittleman.com

Can you get trapped in a treadmill while you try to chase your dreams? My answer is yes.

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No Time for Exercise?

The next time you don’t think you have time for exercise, just take a look around at the very busy, dynamic successful individuals out there, from presidents and CEOs to legends like Arnold — most manage time for exercise

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