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Quote from the graphic novel Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O'Malley.

Evrytime you look at the stars, it's like opening a door. You could be yourself at any moment in your life. You open that door and you realize you're the same person under the same stars.

The toll of daily decision making wears you out and zaps your creativity. Try a few of these easy-to-implement strategies to minimize decision fatigue and boost your creativity. #6 is my favorite.

7 ways I'm minimizing decision fatigue in my daily life.

The toll of daily decision making wears you out and zaps your creativity. These easy-to-implement strategies will minimize decision fatigue and boost your creativity.

I love the idea of a "power hour." Schedule 60 minutes each week to tackle those those small, mildly unpleasant tasks that are important but not urgent, and therefore, likely to not get done at all. And I've discovered a funny thing: taking the time out to learn new skills and master new tools is often--not always, but more than I expected--€”is saving me time in the long run.

My personal variation on the Power Hour.

Schedule 60 minutes each week to tackle those those small, mildly unpleasant tasks that are important but not urgent. taking the time out to learn new skills and master new tools is often-saving me time in the long run.

How I’m Dealing with Hitting Without Using Time Out from Creative with Kids

How I’m Dealing with Hitting Without Using Time Out

Excellent post with lots of great tips: Reducing sibling fights and hitting and avoiding the power struggles of time out.

Screen Time Is Changing the Way We Think Focus and Memorize

Screen Time Is Changing the Way We Think Focus and Memorize

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An art studio must always be equipped with a hot cup of tea! ("Tea" Mixed Media Drawing on Distressed, Dictionary Page - flying shoes art studio by

A new study reveals that so-called hereditary trauma can be passed down from generation to generation through smell. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/08/14/hereditary-trauma.aspx

Mother's Fears Are Passed to Children Through Smell, Study Suggests A new study reveals that so-called hereditary trauma can be passed down from generation to generation through smell.

You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance. ~ Franklin P. Jones

How much patience you have, for instance. ~ Franklin P.

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