How a Habit Tracker Can Keep You Motivated to Reach Your Goals (Free Printable)

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Thanks for sharing!  Last week we talked about how to make new good habits last and how to break bad habits by re-training your brain. Today, I want to share with you a visual way to keep track of your habits and motivate yourself to keep going! How a Habit Tracker Can Keep You Motivated to Reach Your Goals (Free Printable) What a habit tracker is and how to use

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4 Steps to Breaking a Bad Habit For Good

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Thanks for sharing!    What if you could hack your brain and program it to make you do healthy habits? Well, my friend. You can! Because science. MIT researchers did a study on rats that were put into a maze. They monitored what parts of their brains were active during each run through. The researchers noticed that after the rats grew comfortable with the maze, they no longer used their

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7 Tips on How to Make New Habits Last (and Change Your Life)

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Thanks for sharing!    The simplest way to change your life for the better, even in the busiest of schedules, is to form habits. And no, I’m not just talking about making your bed and flossing your teeth (although those are good, too). Our habits, the things we do every day, are the building blocks of who we are. Our good habits can lead us to happiness, peace, and success.

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Habits that Last: Less Mom Stress is Possible (Series Beginning)

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Thanks for sharing!    Moms have a lot of stuff to juggle and lots of different things that stress us out too much (even our own thoughts and expectations)! BUT we have a tool that will help us out: Habits. Changing our habits can break us out of our ruts, change our environments, and help us be less stressed and more mindful. Habits can make us happy! And breaking bad

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Organize Passwords and Bill Pay at your Desk (free organizational printables)

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Thanks for sharing!    If there was one thing that used to drive me crazy, it was keeping my passwords straight. Lucky for you, I’ve got a free printable password reference sheet for my subscribers + a way to organize your recurring bills and remember their due dates. How to Organize Passwords and Bill Pay at Your Desk This post contains affiliate links, you can read the full disclosure here.

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How to Organize the Play Area and Clear the Toy Clutter for Good with 1 Simple Rule

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Thanks for sharing!Organizing children’s toys needs to be simple. Rarely do kids want to clean up after themselves, they instead drag everything out, throw it around, and then say they are bored. I struggled with toy clutter for many years until I started to understand the basics of minimalism and tweaking these ideas for my own situation. How to Clear the Toy Clutter for Good with 1 Simple rule  

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How to Organize your Refrigerator and Waste Less Food in 2 Easy Steps

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Thanks for sharing!The refrigerator was one of those places in my home that was always neglected. It was hard to find anything, and stuff got scattered around a lot. Which means my family was wasting a lot of food because we forgot it was in there. I was tired of wasting food (and money!) so I made a simple change that has made all the difference. How to Organize your

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How to Create Positive Change in Your Life

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Thanks for sharing!    This last week while I was packing in preparation to move, I happened upon a photograph of myself from 10 years ago. My immediate thoughts were “Wow, I need to whiten my teeth and definitely lose weight. And I guess the dark circles under my eyes aren’t from lack of sleep. Maybe I’m just aging badly.” I stared at the picture a little more, longing for

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How to Bullet Journal, the Complete No-Frills Guide for Busy Moms (Infographic)

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Thanks for sharing!I have been seeing pictures of bullet journals floating around on pinterest for a long while now. And my first impression was “Wow, that is beautiful!” and then I thought “I don’t have time for that! I’m not an artist. Who are these people that have all this time to decorate their planners so perfectly?” What I didn’t know is that these instagram and pinterest artists were merely

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8 Ways to Find the Strength to Raise Children in a Hostile World

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Thanks for sharing!I’m writing this because I need for somebody to say it. On days when I feel too much that our world is a crap-hitting-the-fan scenario, this is what I will read to remind myself that things are not hopeless and I am not helpless. Dear parent raising a child in a sometimes hostile and scary world, Remember that you are important. Your children depend on you and your

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