How to make a New Year’s resolution work, write good lists, and create a little more quality time

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Happy new year!

Here’s this week’s “Links we Love”  – a few articles we’ve spotted which are good for business and fun to read. We pick articles which we think will help you make a healthy income, work a little more productively or just inspire you to ‘get on with it’! Enjoy x.


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Are you a list person? I am. Love a list. Have lots of them. Even lists of lists! I use evernote to keep track of everything and a little notebook for when I’m on the go. Anyway, enough of that. If you’re a lister too you’ll love this article by Richard Branson.

New Year’s Resolutions. Do you do them? If so, here’sa greatarticle on how to make a change and stick to it. If you’re not a fan of New Year’s resolutions – and I get that – then keep this for the time, whenever that may be, when you do want to start something.

In the spirit of finding more time to do the important stuff here’s a good tip. And if you want to know more about why ‘being boring’ is productive here’s the whole article. I already do some of these (like having the same lunch every day!) do you?

And another on being more productive. This time it’s about getting up earlier.  I think the points in this blog post are spot on and I’d be doing it….. except I get up at crack of sparrows as it is, with a 2 year old. Yawn.

Finally a very simple tip. How about, instead of going hard and making huge changes in January, just be 1% better every day? Sounds so much more doable. Agree?!

Till next week


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