This year, we all learned that we need to make the most of the time we have. We never know how long we have left, and you don’t want to regret the things you did (or didn’t) do with your life. That means taking action towards your goals instead of just dreaming, working hard to…

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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 Best Books of 2020 (Amazon Editors). As if I needed an excuse to buy more books! Adding all of these to my Christmas wish list.…

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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 Unexpected Amount of Dogs at Traffic Stop. What’s better than 2 surprise doggies? Three surprise doggies! See What the World’s Reading Habits Look Like in 2020.…

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I’m not a counselor, therapist, or psychologist, but many of my clients come to me for help with their mental health. Obviously, I refer them to a medical professional if that’s what they need, but for most folks, a simple mindset shift can make a huge difference. Sometimes we feel guilty for taking time off…

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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 “Richard” by Hyperbole and a Half. One of my favorite comic artists is back with a new book! Check out this hilarious excerpt. 10 strategies to…

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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 15 Tried-and-True Ways to Get Over Your Reading Slump. A little editing can bring back your reading spark. Give Up These Things If You Feel like…

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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 How a Buddhist Monk Taught Me to Stop Overthinking. I use this technique with my clients too. Sometimes thinking about the worst case scenario can show…

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