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Are You Trying to Make the Right Shoes Fit the Wrong Feet?

Are You Trying to Make the Right Shoes Fit the Wrong Feet? | Living in Your Sweet Spot

Do you want to make a career move that involves starting an entirely different career? Feelings of insignificance and doubt are slowly making you question the last few years of your career. Did you go to college for nothing? Did you pursue that graduate degree in vain? As you take an inventory of your life, it’s as if the walls are closing in on you and you need an escape. Now! Well, don’t jump ship..at least not the career ship.

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When Life Knocks You Down…Repeatedly…You Can Get Back Up

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Have you ever experienced repetitive disappointment? I mean one upset after another where you feel like you will never get relief. It seems as if despair and hopelessness are affecting people globally. With the recent two high profile suicides from people whom had everything, we have been reminded that money, fame and influence mean nothing if you are emotionally bankrupt.

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My Husband May Be the Head of Household but I am the Chief Financial Officer

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Call me “old-fashion” but I believe the man is the head of the home, I don’t think submission to his leadership makes a woman weak, and I believe that honor for your spouse keeps marriages strong. So when it comes to managing the finances of the home; while my husband is Chief Executive Officer (CEO), I’m Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

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Tips to Stop Allowing Work Issues to Get in the Way of Marital Bliss

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When I got married, I was already established in my career. I was working for a well-known, global non-profit organization. At the time, I thought I would be with this organization for the rest of my career.

Then I met Nate. When we got married, my focus shifted. I wanted to be a great wife and eventually a great mother. I still wanted a career but something changed in me. My career no longer defined me. I started thinking more about what was important and that was my new family. Now, Nate has been my #1 cheerleader encouraging me in all that I do but I knew I wanted more. I also didn’t want my career to ever take precedence over my marriage and family.

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No Budget Self Care Activities that Should be a Part of Your Daily and/or Weekly Routine

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If I could afford a weekly massage, my name would be in rotation at the spa. Unfortunately, that is not in the budget and I have to find other ways to take care of myself. When we think of self care, expensive facials or massages are typically the first to come to mind. A weekend getaway or vacation are also things many of us desire but we may not be in the position to make it happen. I have to make myself practice self care every single day. Here are some great free or low cost ways that I have added to my daily and weekly routines.

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5 Things a Working Mom & Wife Can Do to Regain Her Life

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It’s never easy being a mom trying to juggle a full-time job with a family life. There are some tips on how to get closer to reaching an ideal work-life balance. Being a full-time working mother and wife can lead to feelings of guilt and stress because of divided attention between work and family. The key is to focus on a plan, get organized, and find the right balance between profession, parenthood and being a wife, a good one at that.

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