A habit is something that you repeatedly do until it becomes a routine, a normal part of your existence.
Since it is ingrained in your system, letting go of a habit, or just the thought of changing it, seems impossible.
For me recently I wanted to go to the gym more. The only available time I had was in the morning.
I would set my alarm for 5 a.m. Then, come the next day, I would have the hardest time getting out of bed.
The thought of getting up and getting ready was such a daunting task even though it sounded so simple the day before. I was failing before I even got started.
Determined to succeed at going to the gym and change my habit of snoozing, I did some research and found three simple tips that I am going to share with you. Click Here to Read Article …
Working with, in, and around asbestos is a common component of many professions.
Knowledge about its potential dangers has led to an abundance of precaution for the men and women exposed to this deadly substance on a daily basis.
But mistakes are always going to be made and accidents will inevitably happen.
In the event you or a loved one is directly exposed to asbestos in the fulfillment of occupational duties, what happens next?
Here’s a list of objectives for anyone put in this unfortunate position: Click Here to Read Article …
Setting up your home office is really fun and exciting and, if you aren’t careful, really expensive.
It’s so easy to be tempted by articles listing must-haves.
Yes, most of those articles are filled with products and services that would be nice to have and, sometimes, will even make running your business marginally easier.
At the same time, most of those articles are playing a little fast and loose with the term “need.”
Here are the only five things that you actually need in your home office to get your business up and running, and some of them aren’t even things at all. Click Here to Read Article …
We freelancers perform without a net. We are constantly taking plenty of risks with potential clients — one of them being simply not getting paid.
This can mean getting stiffed, or it can mean having your work deemed unacceptable and facing the threat of not getting your much-needed compensation.
However, we also risk such frustrations as facing inefficient working styles that slow us down and make our overall freelancing life less successful than it should be.
Or we experience unpleasant interactions that hurt morale and thus threaten our freelancing career in general.
It’s true that in every field there are annoyances, and there may be some good personality traits associated with being able to put up with these. To some extent they’re unavoidable. But here’s a guide to minimizing things that slow you down or that detract from the success — financial and spiritual — of your freelancing life.
If you have enough available work to be able to avoid potential clients who look like trouble, it’s a matter of heeding certain warning signs. Here are the ones of which I’m aware. Click Here to Read Article …