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Link of the Week: Why You Should Set Impossible Goals

This is a great article on setting big goals.  Read it and really think about it.  Then create your own impossible goals.  You’ll soon find they may not be impossible. 17 more words

Inside Out Health

Be a More Productive Fool

The road to productivity can get bumpy sometimes. Distractions are hard to avoid, as are other blockers like office traffic and social websites. A smoother work ethic becomes easier to achieve with clear priorities, deadlines, and roadmaps.  211 more words


What is the Best Exercise Program?

With so much conflicting information at our fingertips about exercise programs,  – choosing one can be like finding your way through a maze.

Especially if you have any health, orthopedic or chronic pain concerns, you know you stand to gain so much from movement but it is even more complicated to navigate the maze of information. 871 more words


My Review of Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind

This book was alright. It got a bit dry in parts but had some great advice for creative roadblocks for artist and how to overcome them. 39 more words

Book Review

Five Stages of Change

Making positive changes in your life is not always easy. Studies show that of those who make New Year’s resolutions, only 8% are successful in achieving their resolution. 630 more words

Goal Setting

The Power Of Our Thoughts

Stop the habit of wishful thinking and start the habit of thoughtful wishes.
– Mary Martin

Action or thought? What bears the greatest impact on our ability to achieve our dreams?

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