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Best of Sage Grayson Life Editor 2018

2018 was a rough year for many of us Life Editors. The biggest edit I made was getting divorced after a 17-year relationship, and I’m slowly rebuilding the parts of my life and business that got knocked down by that massive upheaval. So I’m looking forward to a fresh start in the new year and…

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12 Days of Life Editing 2018: Days 5-8

The 12 Days of Life Editing continues! Each day for the 12 days leading up to Christmas, I’m sharing a different tip to help you edit your life. Click here to catch up on Days 1-4. Why the celebration? Because I’ve got 2 big announcements for the end of the year. First, my Life Editor Clubhouse is…

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Book Review: 10% Happier

I don’t share this often, but I used to suffer from severe panic attacks. My head would spin, I couldn’t breathe, and it felt like the world was ending right in that moment. It was terrifying. The panic attacks were triggered by an extremely stressful job I was stuck in, and thankfully, I found ways…

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Editor’s Notebook 150

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 The Way You Read Books Says A Lot About Your Intelligence, Here’s Why. A fascinating look at how we read. How to Accomplish More in 4…

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Editor’s Notebook 146

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! PS, Registration is now open for Life Editor Academy! Click here to join us. What I’m Loving This Week Every Best Visual Effects Winner. Ever. (1929-2018 Oscars). The Academy Awards are…

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New Clubhouse Class: Type A Meditations

I once met a woman from Switzerland at a business conference who was utterly fascinated with American idioms. “What do you mean that you are ‘Type A’?” she asked after I had described myself that way. Now that I think about it, it is a strange way to describe oneself! I explained that many Americans…

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