Archive | November, 2012

Decision Making without Regrets

There are decisions we all have to make every day. What shall I wear, eat, do today? Shall I apply for this job, stay where I am, ask for more money? Shall I pay this or that bill, move house, have kids, change course at Uni/College? There’s little doubt that some decisions are easier to […]

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Keeping it Productive

Isn’t it irritating how when you work from home it’s so terribly easy to “waste” huge chunks of time every day: Time that should be spent engaged in some worthwhile activity designed to leave your mark on the world and/or save the planet – alright then, doing the ironing at the very least! My mischievous […]

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Dealing with Jealousy and Envy

Jealousy. This little green-eyed-monster of an Inner Imp lives inside all of us. Most of us try and hide him though. We often even lie about his existence. The thing is, we shouldn’t. Jealousy’s envy is nothing to be ashamed of. Jealousy is an average, run-of-the-mill Inner Imp and it’s normal for your average human […]

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The Benefits of Having Sex

Okay,  I know I’m pushing the limits of what could credibly be referred to as a “Life Skill” here but, frivolity certainly deserves to have its moment in the limelight from time to time. There are certain studies out there that suggest better loving is linked to better LIVING: People with “Better Loving Life Skills”, […]

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Tips on How to Achieve your Goals

As a child, did you have a list of things you wanted to do/be when you grew up? How many of those things have you done/achieved? With goals, are you continually tempted to put things off with a “There’ll be plenty of time for that later.” We all have – or should have – goals […]

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Life Skills – Improve your Concentration

Are you fed up of starting new projects or working towards new goals that never get finished/achieved? What about being frustrated at being stuck in a rut and not moving forward? If yes, why not take a mo’ and concentrate on your concentration life skills? There’s a lot to be said for good concentration skills. […]

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Taming your Fifty Shades of Self-Sabotaging Thoughts

Every one of us at some point or another indulges in Fifty Shades of Self-Sabotaging Thoughts – and we’re not talking about the kinky stuff here either. We’re talking negative thinking, wo-is-me moments. We all get them but what’s really crazy is the amount of time we spend listening to the negative stuff that spouts […]

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