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The new year is the time to commit to slowing down time.
At a certain point, Matt Sweetwood wanted his single parenting chores to just — be over. He is glad now that he never had that wish fulfilled.
When the world seems to be at it’s worse, that is the time to breathe deep and peace out.
Thomas Fiffer offers a new approach to starting the new year.
Looking for a meaningful alternative to a New Years Resolution? Leo Babauto has just the thing for you.
The act of goal-setting feels good. So good, in fact, that it can lead you into the belief that setting goals is enough. Sounds like an addictive cycle, right? It is.
Pamala J Vincent has a few ideas to help you start AND finish your year a little better than in the past.