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Big Dreams, Daily Joys
Big Dreams, Daily Joys: Set goals. Get things done. Make time for what matters. | Elise Blaha Cripe
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For those who feel overwhelmed by endless to do lists and the stresses that come with daily life, here is an empowering guide to establishing healthy productivity habits so that it's easy (and fun!) to accomplish long-term goals. Brimming with simple-to-follow techniques, rituals, and exercises for accomplishing day-to-day tasks and making progress on bigger goals, Big Dreams, Daily Joys offers tips on how-to organize a productive day, overcome the urge to procrastinate, make space for creativity, and achieve a healthy work-life balance. For anyone who is tackling a creative project, running their own business, or simply trying to manage time more efficiently, this is the ultimate handbook to getting things done with clarity, joy, and positivity.
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thebluestocking
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Yesterday got away from me. Here‘s what I read in October. My two favorites were a Big Dreams Daily Joys and Red at the Bone, closely followed by On Earth We‘re Briefly Gorgeous and Ghost Wall.

#octoberreads #octoberwrapup #monthlywrapup

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This was a total #blameitonlitsy. I enjoyed that this was a set of personal experiences vs a self help recipe. As@someone who juggles a lot I really liked the different approaches to figuring out where and how to prioritise. Will be trying some in Ernest ! Also lots of fun art work like this throughout making fro a quick and yet interesting read (not my usual genres at all!)

Libby1 Yikes! I might buy this. I‘ve been floundering for awhile. ❤️ 3w
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thebluestocking
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I read a lot of goal setting and productivity books. So Big Dreams did not include much content that was new to me. What was new, however, was this author. Elise has a friendly but no-nonsense tone that inspired me and gave me new ways of looking at my goals. The tips and advice and examples are thoughtful, specific, and inspiring. I will be referencing this book often. As an added bonus, this book is beautifully designed.

Itchyfeetreader This sounds interesting 1mo
thebluestocking @Itchyfeetreader I‘d definitely recommend it if you like goal/habit books. 💙 1mo
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Awesome #bookmail today! The Harry Potter and Big Dreams are out today, and Conversations is for the upcoming round of #lmpbc.