I am reading another excellent book called Life Without Limits, by Lucinda Bassett. The beginning of the book tells how to counter the ways we sabotage ourselves. I just finished a section on overcoming your fears and making your fears bring you to action. She names 7 categories of fears and how to use them Read More
I have been reading a fascinating book called There Must Be More Than This by Judith Wright. She talks about the soft addictions that keep us from living a life of more. You know, excess internet surfing, tv watching, overeating, procrastination, chronic negativism, etc. In order to lesson the hold of our soft addictions we Read More
Well, the weight came back off again. I think most of it, due to a case of strep throat. Now to keep it back off again. It is National Library Week. Being an avid reader (I read anywhere between 2 and 7 books a week) I thought this was an interesting site on what people Read More
I am reading the book When Faster Harder Smarter is Not Enough by Kathryn D. Cramer, Ph.D. So far it is a really good manual on how to use your creativity to work instead of always pushing yourself to do more. “Do not believe that it is very much of an advance to do the Read More
We are just beginning the book The Joy Diet by Martha Beck in our Create a Life You Love e-group. I had a renewing weekend of movies, hiking, cuddling, reading and creating.
Are you trying to take care of your needs through overeating, drinking, or some other addiction? I’ve been reading the book the Pathway by Laura Mellin. It has a great, scientifically tested method that has been used for over 20 years. It’s a method of self-nurturing and setting limits. You can learn more about this Read More
“There is snow on the window pane Framing my room, And the trees are heavy with frosty bloom”├é┬ -Anne Mary Lawler I am enjoying the nice snow we are having. My e-group is beginning the book Simple Steps- 10 Weeks to Getting Control of Your Life. You can sign up here if you want to Read More
“Real generosity toward the future consists in giving all to what is present.” -Albert Camus├é┬ In David Allen’s books “Ready for Anything” he writes that if you want to figure out the future, then you have to figure out where you are now. You should know: 1. What are your current tasks? 2. What are Read More
The average business person receives 190 pieces of information each day and spends 150 hours each year looking for stuff. Liz Davenport want to help create Order from Chaos – Helping People and Businesses Get Organized and Stay Organized for over 25 years.├é┬
Suzanne Falter-Barns has a new book out. I already got it and it is great. But, I am bummed because today only if you buy it you get all these neat bonuses.
- Simplifying Not Organizing
- Questions to Help You Simplify Your Life
- Areas to Simplify
- What to Do with all the Papers
- How to Get Things Done When You Are An Emotional Wreck
- How to Get to the End of Your To Do List
- A Question to Help You Make Changes
- Choosing Your Committments
- Laziness Isn't the Problem
- What's Keeping You From Decluttering?
- Uncovering the Creative Areas
- Decluttering the Entryway
- Decluttering Cosmetics
- Piles of Magazine Clippings