It’s never easy to make a change in your life. We are naturally created to thrive on routine and when change hits us in the face we can feel overwhelmed, scared or uncertain about the future. Whether you’ve experienced a traumatic event in your life, or just want to find a way to live a healthier lifestyle, these tips to make a positive change in your life will help you rise above and start living an overall happier and healthier life.
Procrastination. We all do it. The excuse is typically we’re “not in the mood”, so instead of completing the task at hand we find ourselves cleaning the fridge, or pinning recipes on our favorite social app. Soon enough, half of our day has passed us by, and it’s crunch time. So how exactly do we get focused? Today’s #MotivationMonday chat will help answer the question how to stop procrastination now!
How to Stop Procrastination
It’s week four of our #MotivationMonday series. Today’s topic of discussion is the powerful lesson we learn from our mistakes. It’s a given that every single one of us will make a mistake in our lifetime. We don’t always know we’re making a mistake until it’s too late, but it’s really about what we do afterwards that makes the difference.
Motivation Monday #4 – What We Learn From Our Mistakes
Here’s an easy way to add positivity to your New Year! It will only require a few things: an empty glass jar, paper and a pen. Get the whole family involved in this Gratitude Jar activity, and watch your family’s overall happiness improve throughout the year.
Motivation Monday #3 – The Gratitude Jar Challenge
I’m reviving this post because it fits so nicely into our Motivation Monday series! It’s one of my family’s favorite activities three years and counting!
How a Gratitude Jar Can Bring More Happiness to Your Life
Welcome to our second edition of the Motivation Monday series. Last week we discussed changing our expectations, and taking charge of our future. This week’s post will be centered around Finding Happiness so you can live your best life. Are you seeking the key to happiness? You’re not alone. Each year people spend hundreds of millions of dollars on self help books. Is finding happiness really that complicated?