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Wednesday, January 7, 2015
It's always fun to look back on a year and remember what happened. We write a family letter in our Christmas cards and each one of us shares what our favourite memories are. It's a great opportunity to be grateful and to end the year on a positive note. This year, both my son and daughter's favourite moments were their birthdays (always a highlight), and our family trip to Disney World. It was a trip we'd been waiting a long time to take, and we really enjoyed our time together. I'm really glad it was such a highlight for them. It was for me too :)
I also had fun looking back on the year on the blog! When I write posts, I never really know what will resonate with you and motivate you to organize. I'm delightfully surprised a lot of times at the feedback and response I get to certain topics. So it's fun to look back at the most popular posts of the year!
I'd planned to write this post last week, but I my bronchitis had other ideas of how I should be spending my time. Better late than never right?!
Monday, January 5, 2015
It's officially been 2015 for 5 days now, but this is my first new post of the new year, so I figure it's still OK to wish you a happy new year!
I've been down and out with bronchitis for the past week, so I haven't been able to write any new blog posts lately. Bad timing for an organizing blogger to get sick... there have been lots of new people checking out my blog to get organized for the new year!
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
If you're new to From Overwhelmed To Organized, I don't normally post about healthy living. In fact other than these last few posts about the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle, I've never posted about health at all.
But as I've mentioned a few times lately, I'm going to set goals for 2015 to help me live healthier, and I'll be sharing some of the organized ways I work towards those goals. In case any of you want to be organized in your journey to healthier living too :)
I promise I'll get back to "regular" organizing posts after today! I've got all kinds of decluttering and organizing posts planned for the new year!
Since the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle is only on sale for 2 days, I really want to make sure you all hear about it and don't miss out on this amazing opportunity. So you get one more post about it today :)
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Monday, December 29, 2014
Do you set goals every January? We're often recharged after the holidays and ready to change our lives in the new year. It's a fresh start! A clean slate. So many possibilities.
But if you're anything like me, some of your goals are actually goals you set last year, but didn't fully achieve. Many people make new year's resolutions and give up on them by mid-January!
So we make the same resolutions again the next year. And the next. And the next.
Especially when it comes to our health.
Have you heard that definition of insanity? Doing the same things but expecting different results?! Yep... that's how many of us are when it comes to new year's resolutions. Myself included.
I recently read this: The only way to get somewhere you haven’t gone before is to do something you haven’t done before.
Sounds easy right?!
But even if you know you need to do something different to achieve your goals, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and intimidated by the flood of information out there…what should you be listening to? It’s not easy to know and it’s even harder to find the right information. And so we’re frozen into complete inaction instead!
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Friday, December 26, 2014
How many times have you “tried harder” to improve your health? How many times have you “tried harder” than the last time, only to fail again? You probably beat yourself up afterwards. You probably told yourself that if you just tried harder the next time around, you’d succeed.
Here’s a secret: no you wouldn’t. Trying harder has never been your issue. Instead, you should be trying different. Trying simpler.
Most people over-complicate the process of improving their health. They think the silver bullet is in the complexity, in the personal trainers, in the protein shakes, in the gym memberships.
But it’s actually the opposite. The silver bullet is in you. In the knowledge you have. In the decisions you make. In the consistency you achieve.
In a few days, you're going to have an amazing opportunity to make things simpler for improving your health in 2015. It will make improving your health a no-brainer.
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