The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week Why Are We All So Lonely? Feeling lonely and being alone are two very different experiences. Authors Don’t Owe You Books. A deep discussion of the…

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Out of all the bad habits that hold you back from being successful, procrastinating is probably the worst. It doesn’t matter if you’ve designed a beautiful project plan, organized all your priorities, or have the most high-tech resources to help you do your work. If you’re not feeling motivated, then you won’t make even the…

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It’s time for my annual roundup of the best videos, blog posts, freebies, products, and services from the past 12 months. This is the most popular content on Sage Grayson Life Editor, so let’s look back at what you loved and enjoyed. None of this would be possible without the love and support I get…

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Yesterday was Skyla’s birthday. Little wiggle butt is now 2 years old. She’ll always be my puppy no matter how old she gets. Her favorite hobby is chomping on pinecones. Here are a few posts about Skyla for you to check out: Life Lessons From My New Dog Expand Your Expectations For Other People My…

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Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I am so grateful for the support, encouragement, and love I’ve received over the past year from you, my kick-ass followers! It’s because of you that I was able to blast through my old limitations and start my own life coaching business, Sage Grayson Coaching. Some of you have…

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Christmas sure brings out the crazy in some people. I was driving to the gym yesterday so I could burn off some calories before the inevitable parade of Christmas cookies that’s coming next week. Anyhoo, the gym happens to be down the street from the mall. And I apparently forgot that people tend to do…

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I am deeply saddened by the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut this past Friday, as I’m sure you are as well. Whenever there’s a tragedy like this, it’s natural to feel sad for a few days. But then life goes on, and we quickly return to our normal routines. And at this time of year, there…

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