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Free Yourself from All-or-Nothing Thinking
All-or-Nothing thinking is a product of perfectionism. According to an article on mindtools.com, perfectionism can ruin your health, damage your self-esteem, inhibit your creativity and transform you into a habitual procrastinator.
Games and Brain Health
Crossword puzzles can give your brain a workout, so can chess and Sudoku. The key is to play games where you are concentrating and actively blocking out all distractions. This is also called “attention training,” which is great for the brain.
Get a Hobby!—Book Review
“Practicing a hobby is a surefire way to decrease your anxieties and increase your mental and physical health overall,” writes Tina Barseghian
Get help from self-help books
Life problems are on the rise for everyone. While the problems are increasing, the traditional ways people used to get help are evaporating. Self-help books can provide training, guidance, education and valuable information for readers who want to change their lives for the better.
Get the Lifestyle You Want
Our lifestyle is the result of all the choices we make and should be a reflection of our priorities and goals.
Get Up Early
Do your most dreaded tasks at 5 am and the rest of your day will be a breeze.
Get Your Credentials in Order
What do you need to achieve your career goals?
Getting Through to the Man You Love—Book Review
Getting Through to the Man You Love by Michele Weiner-Davis provides guidelines for women who need to broach men with sensitive issues.
Give Your Dream Room to Breathe
Have a dream, but don’t fret over it. Don´t strangle the life out of it. Instead be grateful that you have it. A dream is a beautiful thing.
Give Yourself Credit for What You’ve Already Done
A Life List isn’t only about what you want to do, you can also list what you’ve already done. Completed goals—whether you planned them or not—can be instructional and inspirational.
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