Spend Some Time Alone Doing What You Love To Do #WeeklyChallenge

This Weeks Challenge:

Spend some time alone doing what you love to do. #WeeklyChallenge

Time to focus on you a little. 😋

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From my Novels:

Like meditation, when my characters are able to shut out the noise around them and tap into the core of who they are, that’s when the magic happens. Goals become clearer. Saying no to others becomes easier. And saying yes to self becomes necessary.

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Have a great week!

Make it better than last week.

Limit Your Time With People Who Drag You Down #WeeklyChallenge

This Weeks Challenge:

Limit your time with people who drag you down. #WeeklyChallenge

As the old saying goes, “misery loves company” but success and happiness loves company too… so pull people up if you can. 😁

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From my Novels:

Sometimes we are pulled down without realizing it’s happening until it’s too late… down and miserable. How in the world did that happen? Angie, Christy, Rebecca, Nicole… they all have to find their way back to happiness.

Don’t Talk About The Negative–It Gives The Bad Stuff Power And Helps It Grow. Instead, Talk About Everything Good In Your Life–Give That The Power. #WeeklyChallenge

This Weeks Challenge:

Don’t talk about the negative–it gives the bad stuff power and helps it grow.

Instead, talk about everything good in your life–give that the power.

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From my Novels:

If you need to reset your thoughts a little… and laugh, pick up The Dumpster.

Trust me, Nicole’s troubles will make you feel better about your life. 😁

Organize The Clutter #WeeklyChallenge

This Weeks Challenge:

Organize the clutter.

One of my favorite things to do! I love the end result! 😀

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From my Novels:

Christy from Touchable Love found a wonderful way to organize her apartment and her life. While trying to find a way out of deep sadness, she discovered that organizing her home was key to a better life.

Create A #To-Do List Based Around Your #Values

Today’s Challenge: Create a #to-do list based around your #values.

1. Take a look at your master to-do list.

  • If it’s like mine, it’s overwhelming

2. On a seperate sheet, write down your values.

  • Family and Friends
  • Shorty, my dog
  • Fitness
  • Career, Writing and Art
  • Love, Romance
  • Home, Clean and Organized
  • Time to myself (Yup, I’m an introvert)

3. Write down and underline each of your values as a page title.

  • I’ll have 7 pages

4. Transfer each to-do task to the proper value title page.

  • For example:

CAREER, WRITING AND ART

  • Buy paint
  • Take pics of finished art
  • Attach hanging wires
  • Decide which pieces will go in coffee shop
  • Etc.

5. Everyday make a new, short to-do list pulling the most important task(s) from each value page.

  • For example:

TODAY

  • 30 minutes treadmill 
  • Clean up house and load of laundry
  • Buy paint
  • Fix Amazon link and author page
  • Take shorty for a long walk
  • Return family/friends phone calls and texts
  • Etc.

Watch your task lists shrink and become manageable and even enjoyable because you’re staying true to your values. You’re saying YES to everything that is important to you.