priorities

Your partner just made fun of you in front of your friends. Now, you have to decide how to respond. Should you shrug it off and let it go, or really let them have it when you have a moment alone together?
6. TAKE A BREAK The hustle is real, but giving yourself time to rest and reflect will ensure you are efficient and healthy
Humanity does not suffer because of Gays, Muslims, Atheists, Transgenders, Abortions..... Rather, humanity suffers through
2. Give each other the benefit of the doubt Sleepless nights, a crying baby, and all the other demands of parenthood are
So to every employee who has ever been questioned about a competing commitment: get along with your boss, but be strong in your own priorities. You are entitled to them.
In honor of these loving hardworking individuals, I wanted to jot down some of the best tricks that have helped me have a better relationship with time, AND with everything I have going on in my busy fun life.
Letting go of things that don't matter is an art I practice daily. Here are the big things I let go of:
Would you say your life is great? I've often heard people make this statement. Many times followed up by, "As long as those closest to me are happy, my life will continue to be great." For many years I thought it was one of the most selfless things a person could say
The less time you have, the more you need time management.
Even though I have 20 years of not walking in my true purpose, I've learned things along the way that make me appreciate the current walk more.
Here are three magical things you can do to get out of the 'doing' cycle (and into living on purpose)!
For me, life is about experiences. We all have to dream, strive, and fail before we can achieve success. Maybe we'll discover along the way that the journey is more important than the destination.
As much as they enjoy my cooking, they also kept telling me that they would rather spend time with me, maybe play some games or watch a movie without me falling asleep in the first ten minutes.
Even though life and the things of this world are but vapors, the values, morals, time, and memories I instill in my son and share with those I love will last for generations to come. This means that I'm committed to a life of faithful obedience that is focused on eternal and not external, temporal things.
Below are the five steps to transform a long, overwhelming list of things into a high performing task-list. A note about format: You'll probably have to give up your pen and paper list for this one.
I ran out of time. For a year I intended to write about turning 50 - a contemplative, insightful piece extolling the wisdom gained from living for half a century, but in a few days I'll be 51. Gone the way of shoulder pads and stirrup pants, like it or not, the time has passed.
Fortunately, a few simple tweaks can make a profound difference on your mindset, productivity, and sense of purpose. Here are five ideas to get you started.
It means cutting back on clutter, distractions, and focusing on the essentials. Once again, simplicity has a more proactive attitude toward life as it means to eliminate the unnecessary in order to focus on priorities.
Strangely enough, one right action can give me just enough of a self-esteem boost to make another right decision. All the while I'm reminding myself what I really want, what I really value, and what my true intentions are for my life and day-to-day living.