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Acknowledging the dualism between body and symbol in an awareness of death motivates us to live life to its fullest and to heal the world.
It's easy to get caught up in your routine and chores every day, but don't let it consume 100% of your life. It can be pretty stressful at times, but if you take it one day at a time and try to roll with the punches, you may be able to avoid stress a little better.
Learning how to manage and control your time is integral to success. And if we're being honest, time management is really about making smart choices and accepting that there are only so many hours in a day. 
Looking forward to these new starts can make us very productive... But it can lead to a negative impact on our credit scores
~ My digital calendar, occasionally forgets to sync into my iPhone and visa versa. My cup is full, as is yours. I lead a
Many people start their own businesses because they want to control their schedules and work on their own terms. Sometimes, though, it doesn't always work out that way. If you run a business that involves a storefront or other physical location, you might need to adhere to a stricter schedule until you are successful enough to hire employees.
We must realize that we can only control the conversations we initiate.
I've always been a list person, but my sanity (and the survival of my family) became dependent on my "Three Lists" at the beginning of this academic school year. When I forgot to pick up my son. On the first day of school. When I had already picked up my daughter from that very same place. 
When was the last time you checked your calendar? Have you ever missed a meeting, especially an important one? Managing our time is critical to the success of our business, life, and relationships. The thing about time is this: It is limited, irreplaceable, and it is ever fleeting.
Not one of your strengths? Here are three possible reasons why.
From my teenage years on, more days of lifting was merrier. I split up my routines and broke them into muscle groups in an
Even I find it difficult getting back into the chaos, that is called school. As Benjamin Franklin said, "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail."
I recently found myself back in the picturesque city of Amsterdam for just a day-and-a-half, intrigued by the question of what to do from the seemingly endless possibilities!
If you are feeling stressed, overcommitted and worn down, I am going to encourage you to take a look at your schedule and, more importantly, how often you are saying "yes" to things out of obligation, guilt or fear.
The point is that life will fill up with commitments, with or without your consent. So if you are only going to get more busy, how do you make space for the things that matter? Here are eight ways:
The first step in training -- in my opinion -- is love. That unconditional feeling of parental adoration.
My 21st century adult life is more hectic than my late dad's 20th century one, and nothing will change that fundamentally. But with a little bit of effort and a little bit of scheduling tenacity, we can make certain that we don't let holiday work overrun the most important task of the holidays.