We all have those mornings that we wake up and the first thing we think is: "I just CAN'T do it today." Whether it's work or parenting or just life in general. It's that defeated, deflated, and exhausted feeling in your gut that grabs you and convinces you that you aren't good enough to get the job done.
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Instead of a digital detox or a digital diet or whatever alliteration could be made of what it means to take a break from technology, why not consider just doing something else with your excess screen time? This summer is a good time to start.
Your life will change so much, and many different times. The best thing you can do is learn to roll with the punches and take it all in ease. Being young is amazing, and so is growing older. They each have their own ups and downs, so don't take any of it for granted.
Do something different and don't worry if people talk about you. They will. And be big. Invite others to stand on your shoulders and be bigger.
A "life hack" is defined as "a strategy or technique adopted in order to manage one's time and daily activities in a more efficient way" -- and if there's one thing I really value and seek in life, it's efficiency!
My Facebook feed is filled with photos of smiling college graduates. If you want to share some real advice with the graduates in your life, try these tidbits. Here's what nobody told me at my graduation 40 years ago that I wished they had.
How do we decide what percentage of our income to earmark for retirement? Undoubtedly we think about the bills we have to pay and the medical expenses we might incur. This is a solid start -- but how many of us are thinking about the lifestyle we hope to have and the unpredictable realities that we may face during our retirement?