Archive for the Life Design Category
Posted on November 8, 2012 by LJ Earnest
Barrie Davenport is a life passion coach, author, and founder of BarrieDavenport.com, a site devoted to helping people uncover and live their life passions. She is the author of The 52-Week Life Passion Project, to be released November 2012.
Barrie graciously accepted an interview request to help the readers of SimpleProductivityBlog.com explore life passion.
Posted on September 19, 2012 by LJ Earnest
Did you ever have a block of time in school where you didn’t have a class, but you could do essentially what you wished? You might have had this period called study hall, lunch or a free block.
A study hall in school is essentially scheduled unscheduled time.
Posted on September 17, 2012 by LJ Earnest
There are times when life gets chaotic. And sometimes it is more than a little chaotic.
I’m not sure what cosmic influences have inspired the chaos in my life right now, but they are all big changes.
Posted on August 13, 2012 by GuestPost
In last week’s post, guest author Erin Own focused on time management and the age-old framework of Yin and Yang. This week, she turns our attention to the breath and how it affects our productivity.
Posted on August 9, 2012 by GuestPost
Our guest author today takes an interesting look at how to be happy…and it lies within you.
Posted on August 8, 2012 by LJ Earnest
One of the funniest phrases I have heard in the past few months is “Pigeons of Discontent.” This was meant as the opposite of “Bluebirds of Happiness”, and I find that it is very apt.
Essentially it is the category of items that are annoyances. And like pigeons, these are the common, garden-variety, everyday annoyances that can peck away at our happiness and contentment.
Posted on August 6, 2012 by GuestPost
In the first of a three part series, Erin Owen shares Eastern energetic principles that allow you to boost your productivity, while also slowing down and enjoying more of life.
In this first post, our focus is time management and an age-old framework you already know by name: Yin and Yang.
Posted on July 2, 2012 by LJ Earnest
Technology can be wonderful. You can work from anywhere, call anyone from anywhere, research any question at any time of the night or day.
But what happens when technology actually extends your work day?