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Le 17 février 2017, 04:55 dans Humeurs 0

Rows and rows of white-washed cottages constituted the "quarters," with narrow streets between them, many of the little homes adorned with bright-hued, old-fashioned flowers in the front yards, or with potato and melon patches.


On cold winter evenings bright firelight shone from every door and window. Inside, the father sitting in the chimney corner, smoking his pipe while he deftly wove white-oak splints into cotton baskets; the mother, mending, or knitting, while the fat little darkies tumbled about on the floor, or danced to the music of Uncle Tom's fiddle.

A Really Good Year?

Le 14 décembre 2016, 05:21 dans Humeurs 0

Why is that?


There are two main reasons: one is because they get caught up in the “New Year’s Resolution Trap” and the other apartment rental is because of a lack of continuous motivation. I call it a “resolution trap” because it feels good to make New Year’s resolutions, yet it rarely actualizes into anything tangible. Statistics show that the sale of diet products and health club attendance are highest in the first two weeks of the year, but the enthusiasm starts to dwindle by the end of the month.


I tell my audiences that resolutions are a nice little feel good activity, but are really a waste of time. They have no substance archive storage and rarely, if ever, create any sustained improvement in people’s lives. I recommend you DO NOT make any New Year’s resolutions, but rather you set some new goals for the New Year! Goals are one of the main keys to achievement. How can you distinguish a goal from a resolution? Goals are measurable, they are specific, they have a time element attached and they are written. Resolutions are nebulous, are not specific and are almost never written.


The best ways to reach your goals is to SMART them. Here’s how to do it:


- Specific – Don’t just say I want to lose weight. Get specific! I want to lose 20 pounds by March 1st and I’m going Makeup school to eat right, exercise three times each week and not give into cravings.


- Measurable – Set a goal that is measurable so you can check your progress as you go. Don’t just say, “I want to be happy.” That’s not measurable.

Need to Ask Yourself Everyday

Le 22 novembre 2016, 05:12 dans Humeurs 0

Life gets busy, because of it, we forget about what matters most.


Committing to a journey of intentional Wedding planner self growth starts with slowing down. It’s recognizing and filling your day with the things that align with your values.


Part of determining what you value is through reflection.


Reflection is something I started doing a year ago to think through my emotional baggage. It offered clarity into those deep and dark pockets compnay formation hong kong of who I am. Some were right at the surface waiting to be discovered.


Reflection is a release mechanism.


We aren’t meant to suppress, we are meant to express and connect. When you choose to let go the weight lifts and you feel lighter. It opens the door to discovering yourself and presents space to grow.


Here are 6 questions you need to ask yourself tourism industry research everyday to support a journey of intentional self growth:

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