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Tag Archives: priorities
Man, if there’s one thing that can lead to a lot of stress, lack of peace and sometimes the death of a relationship–it’s sexual disconnects. This came up recently when chatting with a girlfriend and I found myself trying too … Continue reading
It could be argued that you could feel alone in a crowded room… or if you’re married. Some people are single and living alone, but never feel loneliness. So let’s not try to rationalize the feeling, let’s just deal with … Continue reading
I hate that this post is being published when it is. Very cliché. Whatever… Let me just say that ANY DAY is a good time to start anew!! Any day can be the first day of the rest of your … Continue reading
Disorganization comes in a two forms: tangible (the kind you can touch and see) and intangible (stuff you can’t touch or see, but is there none-the-less). We have already touched on tangible disorganization in this post. Intangible disorganization is all … Continue reading
Let’s talk about being ill-equipped to handle the load on your plate. If you’re someone that really gets overloaded sometimes, then you may need some basic project management skills to apply to your life. A project is a task that … Continue reading
No matter what your position or what you’re working on to get towards peace, this exercise can really only help. And I will warn you that if your life is in a really bad state, this is going to be … Continue reading
I have to laugh because my father was by far the most negative human being I have ever met in my life, but because he could occasionally laugh and have a good time–he thought he was one of the most … Continue reading
If you don’t control your own money and don’t really know much about the handling of your money, this post is not for you. Read this instead. Actually, if you are in control of someone else’s money, you should also … Continue reading
So, if you’ve read the prior blog entries and spent some time trying to look at what you were spending your time doing vs. what your stated priorities were, you’ve probably learned a few things: Sometimes we are spending our time/effort/money … Continue reading