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Spring Cleaning

The sun is out and the days are growing longer. We have finally entered spring and look forward to warmer temperatures and sunny days. With the Earth hitting a fresh restart after the long, dark days of winter, we have a few tips for you to brighten your spaces up and hit a fresh start, too!

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Finish the Project You Started

Ever start something new with so much passion and motivation to complete, but then you hit a rut and one way or another it’s left unfinished?

The first time you drop a project may not feel bothersome. You pick up something else instead. However, it’s after the fifth or sixth or twentieth project that you drop when it feels distressing and demotivating.

There are many strategies for tackling a project from start to finish. This week, let’s look at a couple of strategies that you can use this week to get that abandoned project up and off the ground again.

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Tiny Habits

Have you ever felt daunted by the prospect of building a habit? You may have found that building a habit takes a lot of willpower and effort, and you just don’t have the time or energy to do a behavior for 30 days in a row to make it a habit.

If so, let’s reframe it together. Building a habit does not have to involve a lot of effort. We can still get big, remarkable results by doing one teeny, tiny step at a time.

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Reflect on Your Month

One day bleeds into the next. Months blur together. The years fly by and you can’t help but wonder: where did the time go?

There is a simple but profound way to slow down the pace of life: by pausing and reflecting. Then, when we capture these reflections in a journal, we have a record to show where we invested our time.

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Task Paralysis

Do you find yourself hesitating or struggling to start a task? The thought of starting the task drains your energy or bogs you down with overwhelming thoughts. Besides, why bother starting on your work when you have to leave for an appointment soon?

If you’re overwhelmed by the sheer amount of tasks that you can’t get yourself to start, let’s explore how we can break through task paralysis and check off the to-do list.

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Your Personal Mission Statement

If you explore any business’s website, you’ll likely encounter their “mission statement”—a concise summary encapsulating their values, purpose, and overall goal. Mission statements serve as a compass for organizations to navigate decisions and implement their plans for achieving their goals.

But, mission statements aren’t exclusive to businesses. This week, we will craft own personal mission statement that articulates our values, defines our purpose, and sets the course for our personal goals.

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