Successful goal-setting without frustration

When it comes to goals, I have two priorities: I want them to be aligned with my priorities so that they make sense and I always have a reason to work on them, and I want them to be achievable so that I don’t get into a worry cycle that ends up with me feeling frustrated and bad about myself.

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Habits and Identity

Habits matter because they help you become the person you want to be. James Clear If you’ve followed my posts for a while, you may know that I am a…

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Stop Making Excuses!

I’m sure you are familiar with the sentence, “If you want to do something you’ll find a way, if not you’ll find an excuse.” I’ve always found that a pretty…

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Micro-Dosing Self-Care

Micro-dosing is a pretty popular concept these days, and so I got to think, how about we applied it to our self-care as well? After all, the reason why we…

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The Willpower Gap

Have you heard the term “willpower gap” before? You may not, but I am sure you have experienced it.  Willpower gap, a term coined by Susan Pierce Thompson, refers to…

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Habits for the Win

Habits are not as boring as people make them out to be either, so today, I want to share a bit about how to successfully build habits—because that’s clearly a skill I have honed for decades.

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No Better Time Than Now—or Is There?

I’m sure you are more than familiar with procrastination, but how about precrastination? Yes, that’s a thing, and—spoiler alert—not always a good one.  As per definition, a precrastinator is a person…

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