Weekly Wrap-Up 4: New York Adventures

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Dear Emily & Mary,

Well, as I mentioned in my last *ahem* “weekly” wrap up, things around here have been turned upside down.  It’s really been interesting.  I’ve been really busy, but also really happy.  Two weeks ago I was out of the office for three days for the Global Volatility Summit.  Essentially, this was a group of incredibly smart hedge fund managers and investors talking about derivatives.  Here were the highlights: (more…)

Spring into Balance – Week 6

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This 10 week initiative from Good Not Perfect and Simplify, Live, Love is aimed at simplifying, finding time for yourself, and being happier. You can read about the 10 week project here and here.

Spring into Balance - a journey toward finding happiness

Last week we moved on from reflection to “making time.”  Hopefully you’ve reflected a lot on priorities, and identified some low hanging fruit for things you can cut out of your day that just aren’t that important to you. 

If you haven’t joined us, here’s all you need to know to catch up:  There are 168 hours in a week, and we’re working hard to give two of these hours to ourselves.  

This week I was woefully out of balance, I traveled for work and didn’t get much family time or exercise.  BUT, listen, it’s a new week, and a new chance to make progress.   Day by day, week by week.  Luckily, Michelle was doing a bit better and shared her journal entry with us last week.  Trish from Keep the Beet has been joining us in the quest as well.
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Spring into Balance – Week 5

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This 10 week initiative from Good Not Perfect and Simplify, Live, Love is aimed at simplifying, finding time for yourself, and being happier. You can read about the 10 week project here and here.

Week 5 #springintobalance goodnotperfect.com

Spring is officially here!

We’ve moved on from reflection to “making time.”  Hopefully you’ve reflected a lot on priorities, and identified some low hanging fruit for things you can cut out of your day that just aren’t that important to you.

If you haven’t joined us, here’s all you need to know to catch up:  There are 168 hours in a week, and we’re working hard to give two of these hours to ourselves.  Last week had a pretty good summary of what we’ve done to date. (more…)