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82 commandments for a good life

author Katy Ratican Freelance copywriter, blogger and social media manager. Check out her blog content Film director Alejandro Jodorowsky (pictured below) has shared some lessons and commandments for leading a good life. They aren’t his pearls of wisdom though; they belong to spiritual instructor George Ivanovich Gurdjieff. Jodorowsky learnt of them via Gurdjieff’s daughter […]

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How To Stop Worrying, Or At Least Worry Less

author Katy Ratican Freelance copywriter, blogger and social media manager – Check out her blog Katy Said What content Do you worry ‘too much’? While there’s no magic cure to help you stop worrying completely, there are steps you can take to worry less. Recognise unnecessary worry Some worry is valid; our brains are trying to […]

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The Secret Of Success

authorMark Leonard content So much of our lives is based on improving ourselves: getting a raise, getting a new job, improving our body shape, getting the most up to date lifestyle product or improving house and home… The wish list goes on. It becomes more and more unattainable. What do we do? Buy a […]

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How To Make The Most Of Your Time

authorChrissy Jones Psychology graduate, Pharmacy PhD student, newlywed and blogger. Twitter: Facebook: Blog: contentSource: Making It Mindful I heard something recently that really made me stop and think about time. I was listening to a Bossbabe training series on time management, and I was so inspired by the CEO Alex Wolf’s passion about […]

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Everyday Planner

contentGet organised with our everyday planner. Print off the planner each day and fill in each section for a productive and fulfilling day, everyday. Download the planner here. Go – Where do you want to go today? Do – What needs to be done today? Think – Write down any ideas you have that you […]

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10 Signs You Are Ready To Change Your Life

author Emma Clarke Broadcaster, voiceover, writer, slattern. content1. You read articles like this one. Feeling antsy? Beginning to consider making some changes? Articles like this are sure to catch your eye. Think about want to change and how you want to go about doing it. Small changes might be appropriate, or maybe you feel you […]

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The Power Of ‘No’

 This post originally appeared on Mindful. Author, Jae Ellard.   It pays off to be realistic about what you can (and can’t) do at work. hchjjl/Dollar Photo Club Have you ever said yes to a request at work when you knew deep down you had no intention of doing it? Maybe you said you’d meet […]

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