Do you feel like your life is unfulfilling and overly full of challenges? If so, you’ll be happy to know that you can make changes, starting today, to turn your life around! Creating a wonderful life is the result of consistently doing things that support your happiness and fulfillment.
We all want to accomplish more and have more free time. With limited time and energy, every trick that can potentially make life easier is worth investigating. There’s more than one way to catch a mouse, and there’s more than one way to handle daily living.
Everyone procrastinates. However, some of us are better at dealing with procrastination than others. You’re not alone if you procrastinate. The people that get things done are more effective at minimizing procrastination. You don’t have to remain a master at procrastination. You can choose to become a master of productivity!
Getting things done can be challenging. It’s much more challenging than not getting things done, in the short (very short) term.
With bored children, road construction, traffic, and a late start, driving can be very stressful. Since you probably have to drive every day, reducing your stress in the car is a worthy goal. If you can arrive at your destination with less stress, you’ll be a better position to make the most of the situation. It can be challenging to decompress after a stressful drive.
Every organism naturally strives to live as long as possible. If you’re spending too much time worrying about the prospect of dying, you’re missing out on life!
Reduce your fear of death and enjoy your life:
It’s easy to understand why any couple would want some help dealing with hardships like unemployment or health issues. What may not be so obvious is that success can also come with its own set of challenges, especially if one partner seems more accomplished or luckier than the other.
There never seems to be enough time to get everything done. Actually, there is. You’re wasting too much time and spending your time on the wrong things. There are people that run over 100 companies simultaneously and still have time for dinner with the family each night. They just use their time more wisely than the rest of us.
The American Academy of Pediatricians (AAP) recently revised its guidelines on screen time for kids. The new recommendations offer helpful advice for parents trying to keep up with a world that has gone from Saturday morning cartoons to nonstop digital media exposure.
A recent study asked kids what they thought about their parent’s social media activity and rules about technology. One major concern was “sharenting.” That’s when parents talk too much about their kids on Facebook and other sites.
Online job applications play a major role in job hunting today. They’re convenient, but you may feel like your resume disappears into a black hole after you hit the send button and hear nothing in return.
With so much uncertainty, how can you protect your peace of mind and increase your probability of being invited in for an interview?
While some companies tend to leave job candidates in the dark, there are steps you can take to follow up. Stand out from the pack by using these persistent but polite suggestions for what to do after you’ve applied for a job opening online.