Personal Chef, Maid, Nanny or Personal Shopper

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If you had to choose a personal chef, maid, nanny or personal shopper, which one would you choose?

Maybe your nights are crazy, so you would prefer a personal chef.  Maybe you weekends are already jam-packed with activities and it would be so helpful to have someone clean the toilets.  Or, having a nanny to watch your kids for just a few hours so you can go to the grocery store alone(and actually save money).  A personal shopper-enough said, how amazing would it be to not have to shop for clothing and/or groceries?!

What if I told you that these things are maybe more attainable and affordable than you thought?

I know that maybe doesn’t sound possible, but there are ways to have these things if you change your thinking about them!  If one of the options do not appeal to you, check out one of the others.    One thing to keep in mind with all of the options is this: Are there things you could cut out of your life to have things you would rather have?  For example, maybe try skipping getting take out one night for the extra funds to pay for something you would rather have! Another thing to keep in mind, what is your time worth?  You can’t buy time, but you can buy things that free up more of it.

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4 of My Top Books For Self Improvement

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There seems to be a lot of self-improvement books out there this days-no matter what kind of self-improvement you are looking for!  But, what about those of us who sometimes have a hard time staying motivated?  Or, what about those of us that are easily distracted?  No fear, there is hope for us too!

Self-Improvement Books

All the books on my list are books that I have personally read and feel strongly about.  I have not incorporated every idea they present, but I always take a lot away from them.  And trust me, some of the books here are effective even if you only take only one thing away from it and incorporate it into your life!  I have taken only one idea from one of these books in particular, but HOLLY COW has it made a difference in how I do things!  Can you take a guess which one it is?  Ps-These books are not in any certain order 🙂

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How To Make A Vision Board For Goal Setting

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At the end of January, many people feel frustrated with the lack of progress on their goals.  I know I am one. But, what if we are approaching it wrong?

These are the things that many people say you need in order to be successful in reaching your goals.  I do believe that all of them play an important role and the top 3 I found were:

  • Find an accountability partner
  • Write your goals down on paper
  • Do frequent check-ins

Again, all these things are important for many reasons, but they are missing the visual effect…

vision board

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Getting Back On Track With Goals & Resolutions

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You know that feeling-the one wondering what happened?

You were so excited and ready to challenge yourself with your new goals.

Well, life happened.  Maybe you ate chocolate and your diet was done for.  Or, maybe you decided not to get up one morning to work out and that same thing happened every single morning after that.

Sound Familiar?

If so, you are not alone, I fell off the boat too.

goalsandresolutions

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