Posts Tagged ‘tips’

Ghost Hunting 101

After my first paranormal investigating experience, I came to realize the most important tool we can utilize is our own instinct and intellect.  With all of the expensive equipment out there available, I want to recommend simply three things. First you need a flashlight. This may sound obvious but I cannot stress enough how important…

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10 Tips to Break Bad Habits

Old bad habits: I chewed my fingernails until they bled. I sucked my thumb until I was 11. I chewed my hair. I smoked two packs a day. New bad habits: I need adult supervision at the pet store because I want to bring every fur baby home. I leave my shoes where I take…

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Life Balance in 3 Steps

Life balance, unlike the Yeti, exists You’ve perhaps heard tell of this elusive little thing called life balance.   Balance is not something that’s been a destination for me; it’s more of a journey. But there are some things that I do consistently and they really help me find that place that I call balance…

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Creativity: 4 Tips to Feed Your Creative Spirit

creativity, lessons in joyful living, personal development, Kimberly Rinaldi

I have no creativity – I’m left brained There was a time in my life where I actually said I didn’t have a creative bone in my body.  I can’t paint, draw, knit or even accessorize on a good day (do you still match your shoes to your handbag?).   I’ve since learned that creativity,…

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How to Tame Your Inbox Mayhem

Six email accounts and 1,043 unread emails. That’s my current total today. And I’m launching a new business in a few weeks, which will mean more email addresses. And more emails. While some days it feels overwhelming; most of the time I have a handle on it. Here are the top five tips I’ve adopted…

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Negative Nelly – And 4 Other People You Might Want to Avoid

For me it isn’t whether the glass is half-full or half-empty; I’ve learned to be grateful for the damn glass. That’s the philosophy I live with at this point my life. Gratitude and positivity practically exude from my very pores.  But it wasn’t always this way. Perhaps you’ll recognize some of the following behaviors –…

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How to Quit Smoking

Do you have a nasty habit? I’m talking about SMOKING. Yeah, we find it hard to admit to that one anymore. I think it’s easier to admit to other things: not recycling, under-tipping, saying good morning and not really meaning it. Smoking was once a widely accepted social norm. Heck, I grew up in a…

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