Editor’s Notebook 264

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 Sea Lion Comes on Land, Swims in Pool, and Steals Man’s Chair. This is quite possibly the greatest video I have ever seen. Come for a…

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Editor’s Notebook 261

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 What Side Hustle You Should Start, Based On Your MBTI Type. Good thing I chose to be a coach! I Was a Chronic Procrastinator… Until I…

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Beat Your Burnout for Good! [ALL NEW]

Happy February! The Life Editor Clubhouse just released the new content for February to help you protect your time, money, energy, and mental health. February 2022 Theme: Beat Your Burnout! Watch today’s video to learn how to enjoy this month’s new class, group calls, and book club in the Life Editor Clubhouse. Your Next Steps Download your February Checklist. Get…

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7 Undeniable Ways to Know For Sure It’s Time to Quit

They’re calling it the “great resignation” because millions of people have quit their jobs in the past 2 years. The struggles from the pandemic have made people re-evaluate the treatment they’re getting from their companies and managers. The fear of death can really put things in perspective. And most of us would rather be happy…

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4 Self-Care Tips to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

Stress, anxiety, and overwhelm are mental disturbances that can significantly affect your well-being or result in advanced mental disorders like depression if you fail to resolve them. The outcomes are more severe for some people, depending on the triggers and the patient’s mental state. Detecting stress may not be easy, especially in children, so it’s…

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How Single-Tasking Can Help You Focus in a Busy World

Modern-day life can be difficult and busy with the number of tasks you must complete daily. You might take a multitasking approach to problem solving because you mistakenly believe that doing more at once is better. But multitasking only divides your attention, slows your progress, and can lead to burnout. Instead, focus on one task…

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