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Simple, yet brilliant
love this! :) xo
Simple and so true!! I might have to copy this and put it up somewhere.
i love this!
That's brilliant! I know exactly what I'd change - if I didn't have bills to pay ;-) xo
Yes, yes I am. See today's post for further explanation:http://doievenlikethis.com/2011/11/love-8/
so very very true.
this is fantastic. i think it is a situation by situation basis...if i asked myself if i was happy in love, i would answer yes...if i asked myself if i was happy in the work area of my life, i would follow the chart to make a change :) xoxoxo brynnpssst! so happy with your approaching changes!
This definitely applies to me right now when it comes to my career... or what I'm doing with my work. A change is needed, but that first step has always been the hardest for me. Here's to changing something. (:
I this chart is right on. Some people need to be reminded that there is no circle for "wait for someone else to change something".
yea. this chart just told me to quit my job.
this is a very serious question we should ask ourselves everyday!
I've seen this chart before...it's so true! It's a great motivation to get thinking on whether or not you're actually happy.
Thank you so much! I really wish people would grasp this concept and do what they need to do to be happy, life is too damn short to wait around!
Your comments are like sunshine and butterflies.
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