Happy Changes for Happy Connecting

The postagram I sent my aunt in Fresno

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One of the secrets of making changes that stick, is starting so small that you don’t wake up the Chicken Little part of your brain. You’re setting yourself up for success, because even the tiniest of successes are . . . → keep reading

Happy Changes for Happy Time

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Not familiar with Happy Changes? Keep reading to get the scoop, otherwise skip down to start playing.

One of the secrets of making changes that stick, is starting so small that you don’t wake up the Chicken Little part of your brain. You’re setting yourself up for success, because even the tiniest of successes are . . . → keep reading

Happy Changes for Happy Playing

One of the secrets of making changes that stick, is starting so small that you don’t wake up the Chicken Little part of your brain. You’re setting yourself up for success, because even the tiniest of successes are encouraging (and multiply).

Yes I know, there’s also the hard part of starting small.

You want to . . . → keep reading

Happy Changes for Happy Habits

One of the secrets of making changes that stick, is starting so small that you don’t wake up the Chicken Little part of your brain. You’re setting yourself up for success, because even the tiniest of successes are encouraging (and multiply).

Yes I know, there’s also the hard part of starting small.

You want to . . . → keep reading

Advance Planning Sandwich

It’s my end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! Reviewing the Blog Challenge

As I wrote about last Friday, I hit my goal of posting five days a week for one-month. Today, I want to . . . → keep reading

Automatic Sandwich

It’s my end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! Building In R&R Time

In my last Sandwich I wanted to incorporate more rest and recovery time into my days. I have been doing that. . . . → keep reading

R&R Sandwich

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It’s my beginning/end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! (Plus, updates on the Challenges!) Habits for Asking

Turns out that to do this really effectively, I need to have two weeks of my planning pages . . . → keep reading

Second Nature Sandwich

It’s my beginning/end-of-the-week Feedback Sandwich*. It’s like a pat on the back, wrapped around a wish. Totally magic. Please, join in and make yourself a sandwich in the comments! (Plus, updates on the Challenges!) Letting Systems Do the Work

Oh the things I know that work, yet I don’t always do them.

Lucky me, I . . . → keep reading