Every day may not be good, but there is something good in every day. ■ Recognize a positive event each day. ■ Savor that event and log it in a journal or tell someone about it. ■ Start a daily … Continue reading
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Tagged acts of kindness, breathing exercise, goals, gratitude, hopeful, journaling, life, life skills, mindfulness, mother nature, movement, optomist, positive emotions, progress, relaxation, self-awareness, stress reliver
What can help? What about mindful programs in schools? There’s a lot of excitement around mindfulness programs in schools, and they’re becoming more accessible to more communities. Such programs are also very hard to do: What do young people need? … Continue reading
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Tagged Believe, breathing, buddha, cathartic, choices, cooking, every day, happiness, humor, inspiration, joy, life skills, mindfulness, Sacred, self care, solitude, spiritual
Look back, but only to see how far you’ve come. You won’t see your next step if you’re constantly retracing your last one. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom … Continue reading
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Tagged advice, apologies, career goals, employment, hopeful, lecture, life lessons, life skills, mindfulness, personal development, prayer, purpose, self-worth, values
Who are you “age mentors”? Who path to maturity has inspired you? Who has served as a warning? Next to each name, write down what that person’s life has taught you about aging?
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Tagged adulthood, advice, character, community, conversation, experience, friendship, journaling, Lasting impression, leaders, life lessons, life skills, mentor, mindfulness, open ended questions, Pondering, realationships
The title alone How Long is Too Long to Stay in A Job? took me down memory lane. I worked at a company for over a decade as a receptionist. The position allowed flexibility and plenty of down time … Continue reading
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Tagged career goals, changing job, childcare, college degree, commute, employment, flexibility, job perks, life skills, lifestyle choice, loan forgivness, marketability, opportunity, opportunity for growth, prestige, purpose, resume, stress, time managment, time off, transition, What would you do ?