Are you often plagued with the feeling of being too busy, overwhelmed, or stressed? Do you have trouble finding time to do the things you really want and need to do? If you answered yes to these questions, you may need a lesson or two in life balance.
It’s common in our society to have a full plate. The key is to make sure it is full of the things that drive your goals, feed your passions, and fill your soul. If you are too busy doing things that aren’t priorities, you won’t have time for your priorities.
The articles in this guide are full of wisdom to help you focus on what’s most important, plan your life to ensure your priorities are getting the time they deserve, and refine your commitments to ensure you’re saying no to low-impact priorities and yes to the priorities in line with your highest mission. Full of productivity hacks, mindfulness tools, and other life balance tricks, this guide is sure to help you stay sane with a busy calendar … and ensure you’re busy with the right things. After all, life is a balancing act.
Are you inexperienced at relaxing? For some people, meeting deadlines, giving advice, completing chores, and being productive comes naturally—relaxing does not. But regular downtime is good for your health, so check out these easy ideas to sneak some relaxation-inducing activities.Read More
There’s no better time than the beginning of the year to assess how things are going, reset your intentions, and find focus. Take some time to consider these important questions to make sure you’re participating in the direction of your life.Read More
We all have the same 24 hours to spend every single day; it’s how you spend those hours that makes you successful in your pursuits … or not. Follow these steps to think faster, work smarter, and get more done in less time.Read More
Sometimes you just don’t have time to meditate. When you find yourself in a mid-day slump, stressing out over an impending deadline, or waking up too late for your normal meditation practice, that’s when bite-sized meditations can save the day.Read More
Psychologist Adam Grant says slowing down — even procrastinating — can incite more creativity and original thinking. Check out his fascinating and hilarious story as he put his Type A personality to the test of procrastination and reveals how this “slowing down” works so well.Read More