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Do Happy: Say No

by Lori Deschene “Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” ~Dr. Seuss As children we’re taught just say no – and we do it with abandon. Want to come inside and get ready for dinner?  No!  Want to shut off the

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Do Happy: Tips to Experience Joy in Your Day

by Lori Deschene “Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” ~Dalai Lama We all want things in life – achievements, experiences, relationships.  We can have them if we work at them. Take courses to learn more.  Read ebooks and blogs that offer tips for improvement.  And most importantly apply that

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Do Happy: Log Changes

by Lori Deschene “The range of what we think and do is limited by what we fail to notice.” ~R.D.Laing Have you ever noticed a new business on your route to work, only to later learn it’s been there for weeks? Somehow in the hustle and bustle of your morning routine you missed an obvious

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The Deception In Perception

I met up with an old class mate this week. We re-connected on Facebook a couple of weeks ago and have been interacting online and decided to take it offline and meet up face to face and catch up. Needless to say we took a trip back down memory lane and recalled things about each

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10 Ways to Slow Down and Still Get Things Done

by Lori Deschene “In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” ~Gandhi Both the industrial and digital revolutions promised increased productivity, meaning people could work less and live a more balanced life.  We all know that’s not how history has played out. Even as technology advances, we work longer hours than ever—and ironically, struggle

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