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Are you doing these Two Simple Things to Keep Unruly Housework Under Control?

“Cleaning your house while your kids are still growing is like shoveling the walk before it stops snowing. ” ~ Phyllis Diller, Phyllis Diller’s Housekeeping Hints, 1966

I recently read and recommend:  “The Happiness Project” by Gretchin Rubin.  It was full of insightful and useful information, many bite size pieces of practical advice that have the power to change your life, and maybe save your marriage. Continue reading

How to Fight Back Against Anxiety – Three Secrets to a Happier Life – Part Three

“A crust eaten is peace is better than a banquet partaken in anxiety.” ~ Aesop

Background: “How to Fight Back Against Anxiety” could have been written in a single post, but because the issue of mental health is effecting over 40 million adults in the US alone I thought it would be helpful to explore each remedy on a deeper level. This is the third and final article in this three-part series on anxiety. Continue reading

How to Fight Back Against Anxiety – 3 Secrets to a Happier Life – Part Two

“My grandmother started walking five miles a day when she was sixty. She’s ninety-seven now, and we don’t know where the heck she is.”   ~ Ellen DeGeneres

Background:  “How to Fight Back Against Anxiety” could have been written in a single post, but because the issue of mental health is effecting over 40 million adults in the US alone I thought it would be helpful to explore each remedy on a deeper level.  This is the second article in this three part series on anxiety.

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How to Fight Back Against Anxiety? 3 Secrets to a Happier Life – Part One

Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength. ~ Charles Spurgeon

It’s a sunny Monday. Warms rays burst in through your office window, the plant on the corner of your desk perks up and reaches for the light yet you feel like shrinking into a dark abyss. With sweaty palms and a racing heart your cursor stops mid sentence as you try to regain your breath. Dizziness and weakness take over. Continue reading