Intentional Goal Setting Setting for 2021 (Free Printable)
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Intentional Goal Setting Setting for 2021 (Free Printable)

After the hardships and difficulties of this past year, you have probably better realized what matters most to you.  So, let’s use that new knowledge to set better goals for this year to come!  Here’s a step-by-step guide on setting Godly goals for 2021! God has graced each one of us with unmistakable dreams, desires…

7 Home Office Ideas for Women on a Budget (and Feminine Home Office Checklist!)
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7 Home Office Ideas for Women on a Budget (and Feminine Home Office Checklist!)

The Home Office Checklist for a Functional & Beautiful Workspace Whether you work at home full time or use your home office as a weekend crafting oasis, your home office should have all the essentials to make your time productive and enjoyable!   These home office ideas for women on a budget will give you a…

3 Easy Steps to Escape The Overcommitment Trap While Still Getting Things Done
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3 Easy Steps to Escape The Overcommitment Trap While Still Getting Things Done

“That is not your circus and those are not your monkeys!” My mom’s favorite quote echoes in my mind when I feel suffocated by too many projects or the lack of checks on my to-do list. This usually when I have fallen face first into the overcommittment trap.

How To Use Evernote as a Planner to Set Goals and Achieve Them {How To Avoid Spending a Lot on a Planner}
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How To Use Evernote as a Planner to Set Goals and Achieve Them {How To Avoid Spending a Lot on a Planner}

Last year, I spent way more than I should have on a planner that I only used for a couple months.  Fortunately, I have implemented a much better system by using Evernote as a weekly planner to set goals and achieve them.

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Why You Struggle To Rest and What To Do About It

The deadlines have passed on projects you’ve yet to begin. Thoughts whirl with lists, appointments and projects you had planned to finish weeks ago.   Your family says it’s time for a break but if “rest” is going to compete with your progress, you want nothing to do with it.   If you share these feelings, know…