I was on my Facebook feed, and I was coming across a friendship quote, followed by travel inspo and it continued like this for about 20 minutes of my scrolling down, until I thought how bizarre... I've compiled my favourite quotes related to these below:
What do you think?
I've made some mistakes in life, and many of my mistakes have taught me very wise lessons, shaped my character and helped me in other ways.
Have you heard of the Ivy Lee method of creating a "to-do" list that will not only work well, but will ensure your productivity is at its maximum?
Don't worry, I hadn't heard of it either, until I came across it today. I was reading about how to be even more productive for my freelance writing business - I'd like to take one some new clients, so I'd like to juggle my time effectively. We all struggle with productivity sometimes, what, with the endless tasks we have to do on a daily basis, and sometimes your mind might feel like it has too many windows open in one browser, and you can't decide which task to do first, so you jump from one to the next?
Read on to find out how to use the fool-proof and effective Ivy Lee 'to-do-list' method and increase your productivity and success:
I've been working as a Social Media Manager on various levels and for different businesses for almost three years' now. And in this short space of time, so much has changed on Facebook. As a Social Media Specialist, managing several business Facebook Pages at this present time, I've come to realise a drop in how many fans engage or interact with the organic posts I upload on to the business Facebook page.
I remember the good old days when Facebook was simple, and your posts were seen by all your fans who clicked "like" on your business page.
"Sometimes I can feel my bones straining under the weight of all the lives I'm not living."
—Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
The Thriving at Work report, published on Thursday, puts the annual cost to the UK economy of poor mental health at up to £99bn, of which about £42bn is borne by employers.
This is crazy, but this is the world we live in. We care more about someone's physical scar, than their mental ones.
We all miss certain things from the past. Here is my list of things I miss..
Every single person to have ever existed has experienced unkind people. I don't want to say cruel or nasty, or vicious because their unkindness comes in various forms.
And it's always a surprise to us because I think we genuinely think that we wouldn't do it to them - so why have they done what they did to us?
WORDS: Loius Martin
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