Organized to a Fault, and to My Benefit

Being disorganized adds stress to my life, and I would argue to most people's lives. Though while "Be Organized" is the fourth of my Six Simple Rules for a Better Life, I've also been trying to avoid placing too much importance on being organized of late; otherwise being disorganized becomes…

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5 Organizing Tips for Getting Your Life Under Control

This is a guest post by Fay Wein. Fay is a communication specialist. Naturally a hoarder since childhood, getting my home and my life organized were not a cinch for me. Although still far from perfect, I’ve managed to bring some semblance of order to my life with some useful…

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“It Is What It Is” and Contentment

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about some catchphrases I like. As I said, I don’t use many, but the ones I use I use a lot. That day I wrote about how “This Too Shall Pass” helps me. Shortly after, a friend sent me this insightful, helpful note: I…

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Organized Home, Organized Life

This is a guest post by Olivia Moore. The topic of being organized has been widely discussed and all the articles, surveys, and experiments have led to the same conclusion—being organized helps you to be successful in many aspects in life. Needless to say, the busy life makes it hard…

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A Great Reason To Keep Your Room Organized & Tidy

This is a guest post by Stefan Zugor. Stefan is a Personal Development Blogger. He loves helping people become the best version of themselves. I used to be the messiest person you could meet. Clothes would be strewn all over my floor, my possessions scattered in a random fashion all…

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Handling Anxieties with Humor

This is a guest post by Ashley Hardway Ever since I can remember, I have been using humor to alleviate anxieties in relationships and in life situations that would otherwise be overwhelming to me. Some people, like my own mother, do not understand how I can make light of things…

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Another Article About Stress

There are tons of articles about dealing with stress, so maybe another isn’t needed. But, unhappiness and ill health from stress is so prevalent it can’t hurt to provide the following list I adapted from an article I read in a Canyon Ranch newsletter. It’s amazing the way all the…

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Increasing Awareness & Reducing Stress

This is a guest post by Linda Bailey. Many of us have too much stress in our lives. All these pressures—whether from work, family, school, community, church, or even recreational commitments—can take a toll on us. Finding ways to deal with the stress is important to a healthy and happier…

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Strategically Dealing with Anger

This is a guest post by Jane Sheeba Implementing tips is a great way to manage or deal with life situations in a quick manner. But I’m more of a strategic person. What’s the difference between implementing a strategy and practicing a tip? Tips are quickie solutions—you face a problem,…

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Ways to Deal with Anger, for Your Happiness

This is a guest post by John Gerhardt. As I’m sure we know, it’s impossible to completely avoid conflict, unfortunate circumstances, or making some tough decisions. Life is not always going to be nice to you, but it’s not healthy, and won't help your happiness, to let that turmoil build…

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