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EnjoyToday.com is officially on WordPress!

This site represents a celebration of who I am today. It also represents my dreams and goals for the future.

At almost 39 years old, I’ve finally figured out what I want to be when I grow up and am positioned on the path to get there:  I’m in the process of becoming an ADHD/Life Coach for women.

For more about me, you can also visit my personal blog: The Fearless Blogger.

That’s who I am and where I’m going.  Now a little about EnjoyToday.com:

This site is “under construction” – there’s still a bit of fine (and not-so-fine) tuning to be done.

Granted, it will always be a work in progress (just like I am!), but it’s still in it’s very early stages.  In fact, it’s official birthday isn’t until July 31st (since this is my birthday present to myself to share with you!).

Among other things, I plan to use this site to share the lessons I’ve learned, tips I’ve found useful, affirmations, gratitude and love with the rest of the (online) world.

In the meantime, please read about EnjoyToday.com (parts of it may look familiar!) and its inspiration.

Enjoy Today!
Faryl

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Are You Living on Purpose? Personal Mission Statement Exercises

http://www.quintcareers.com/mission_statement_exercises.html

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Avoid Distraction, Get More Done with a Tangents Log

http://lifehacker.com/5164299/avoid-distraction-get-more-done-with-a-tangents…

I’m a writer who has constantly struggled with procrastination and distraction. I tend to go off on tangents, and lose many hours on those journeys. My routine is to keep a hand-written “Tangents Log.” Whenever I feel the urge to diverge from my current work, I write the tangent down instead of following it immediately. At the end of the day, or the week, I review the list. Some of the items are really silly, and I’m glad I never spent the time. But the big bonus is that a lot of those tangents turn out to be very useful—they’re ideas I can work into my current project, or even better, future ideas that I can use (and sell!) later. 

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dogoodmovement.com

http://dogoodmovement.com/

What if 300,000 people did the same act of kindness in a day?

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Why I Returned My iPad – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review

http://blogs.hbr.org/bregman/2010/06/why-i-returned-my-ipad.html?utm_source=f…

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Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.

Mother Teresa

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Beginner’s Guide to GTD | zen habits

http://zenhabits.net/beginners-guide-to-gtd/

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Keeping a stress-free, clean house | zen habits

http://zenhabits.net/keeping-stress-free-clean-house/

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The Golden Money List: Hundreds of Tips for Turning Your Financial Life Around | zen habits

http://zenhabits.net/golden-money-list/

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All The Best Tips on Getting In Shape, In One Handy List | zen habits

http://zenhabits.net/best-tips-getting-in-shape/

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