Beating the Blues: The keys to breaking free of S.A.D. and other boughts of depression Let’s get this sorted from the start: Having S.A.D. doesn’t mean you ‘are sad’ per say. It means that you are in a predisposition to the possibility of becoming depressed due to physical, environmental, and even weather-related situations. Especially when…

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The first fifteen days of this 30days, Your Way cycle, I was gun-ho to get an article out every single day about what I wanted to inspire people about. I came up with 30 words, and was bound and determined to bombard the Geeks website with my thoughts. Well, four things happened. Actually six, but…

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The two topics I’m going to discuss today are completely different in their scope of reach, but are incredibly vital towards having a cohesive healthy creative journey. And instead of leaving them as two separate parts, I’m going to talk about how they DO mesh together, and share a few personal insights as to how…

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Day 10: Integrity Integrity is something that is not physically tangible, yet is crucial for your health and wellbeing. It is how you carry yourself in the times that you are not doing something grand for the world to see, but rather how you are in your every day life. Integrity is something that gives…

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Today is covering two days worth of words: Accepting and Geeky. Yesterday was insane for me, so I’m playing catch up again. Trying to stay on top of these things, but sometimes we just have to accept (ooh, see what I just did?) the fact that fun geeky (now I’m just stretching it) things have…

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DAY 6: Apparently, I need to take this word a bit more seriously. Dedicated. Yup, I was. To my BuJo all day (aside from a few minutes on Minecraft and an attempted nap that didn’t quite do what it was supposed to do. I will say though that it is a unique situation for me…

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30DYW: Day 5 – Proud My BuJo got here yesterday and I didn’t have a lot of time to really play with it much. I had to do some math to get it to have a certain setup for a mini calendar before the YAAG (year at a glance) which I still need to finish…

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I am anything but what I wanted to write about today.   See, my new BuJo is here, in Antigua, waiting at the shipping container terminal hard thing and I have been sitting downstairs, impatiently waiting for my neighbour’s car to come into the driveway. Again. He’s left and come back twice. Both times, my…

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Day 3: Inspired. I want nothing more than to have everyone mentally stimulated, in order to produce their best, and love what they do, so they can stick around and keep doing that. That is to say, I obviously include myself in that. I want to be healthy and challenged. I want to learn something…

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Day 2: Motivated. I’ll start off by saying that I want everyone participating to hopefully be doing something they love, at least once a day, every day, or as close to that as possible. I realise there are factors outside of our control (weather, finances, time constraints, enough duct tape…), but there is more than…

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We’re going to look at the words I chose for this particular cycle. Each day, I’m going to go into WHY I chose each one, and how it relates to the 30days, Your Way cycle #1. Today’s word: WELCOME. There’s an obvious part to this: we’re starting the new cycle, so I wanted to welcome…

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Thirty days, your way. Let’s break this down, shall we? It has been proven that a routine truly begins to take hold around the 21 day mark. My nefarious *muhuhuhahahaha* plan is to get each of you to have as many 30 days as you can possible handle, and start, maintain, and KEEP those routines…

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