Mid-Year Review [+ FREE WORKSHEET]

How I do a mid-year review so I'm always achieving goals (even if I sometimes slip up), including a free worksheet so you can do one too.

Time for a mid-year review, me thinks. Care to join me? I’m going to share the process I used for my mid-year review, as well as a worksheet you can print out so you can do your own (click the pic above). I’ll list all the New Year’s resolutions I set for myself, talk about the progress I’ve made (or lack thereof, if applicable), and explain how I intend to round out the rest of the year on a high note. Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

June 2016 Wrap-Up

Not a great month to round out the first half of the year, admittedly. June 2016 was pretty rough for me, personally. A lot changed, and not in a good way.Let’s take a look at some of the stuff on the site first, and then I’ll break down my bad month for you.​ Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

Left Brain vs. Right Brain: How To Make The Most Of Both

Left brain vs. right brain: how to make the most of both your analytical and creative sides.

Although the whole “left brain vs. right brain” idea has been debunked, it’s still true that we use different areas of our brains for different tasks. It’s also true that a lot of us tend to favour one over the other, so how can analytical thinkers incorporate some flair into their daily lives, and how can creatives learn to embrace a little more logic?In other words, how can “left brainers” be a little more right, and vice versa? Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

Being Happy — How To Choose The Joyful Life

When you realise how short life is, being happy is the only option

When you look at how short life really is, and the fact that we only get one shot at it, it doesn’t make sense to spend most of it sitting on our arses. If you’re not already doing it, now’s the time to start being happy and designing a life you love.Nevermind only stopping to smell the roses once in a while; let’s talk about growing your own garden of them! Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

How To Live Your Life With No Regrets: The Fourth Agreement

To live a life with no regrets is, I think, our biggest dream for ourselves. Recently, I read a book that’s teaching me to do just that: Don Miguel Ruiz’s “The Four Agreements”.

To live a life with no regrets is, I think, our biggest dream. Recently, I read a book that’s teaching me to do just that: Don Miguel Ruiz’s “The Four Agreements”.*In it, Ruiz outlines four fundamental “agreements” or standards we should all hold ourselves to if we want to lead better, more meaningful lives. I can certainly review the rest of the book if that’s something you want but, for now, I’m focusing on the fourth agreement. It’s the one that’s made the biggest difference for me, helping me raise the bar and live a life with no regrets. Onwards!… Onwards! ->