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You’re Okay, I’m Okay Too

By Dorothy Lowery-Educational Consultant, Advocacy & Services

And….then it happens…

One day you wake up and you’re in this place.

You’re in this place where, everything feels right.

Your heart is calm.

Your soul is lit.

Your thoughts are positive.

Your vision is clear.

Your at peace with where you’ve been.

You’re at peace with what you’ve been through.

You’re at peace with where you’re headed.

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Starting A Home Daycare Business

By Dorothy Lowery-All Can Learn-Special Education Consulting, Advocacy & Services

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Home Daycare

  1. Day Care Space. You don’t necessarily need a large home to start an in-home day care business. …
  2. Operating Hours. As a business owner, you can set the hours you prefer for your in-home day care. …
  3. Age Groups. …
  4. Business Planning. …
  5. Activity Planning. …
  6. Group Size.

 

If you are a Teacher, Stay At Home Mom, or other professional, this may be an option for you.  For more information & free tips on getting started, from others that have opened a Home Daycare, go to the contacts page and complete our no obligation contact form.

Thank you!

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Opportunities for Start Ups and Entrepreneurs

By Dorothy Lowery-All Can Learn-Special Education Consultant, Advocacy & Services

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You may contact us for more information.

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2 Tips for a Long, Happy & Satisfying Career

By Dorothy Lowery-All Can Learn-Educational Consulting, Advocacy & Services

Here’s some tips for you to try as you begin each work week…

These may not apply to everyone, but can help for a long, happy, and satisfying career.  Whether you work for a company, or work for yourself, think about why you are working in the first place.

Research show that proves working long hours can be counterproductive.  This does not mean you shouldn’t put in some occasional long days.

Working too much and the stress that goes along with it can lead to depression, sleep problems, impaired memory, and even heart disease.

#1.  Leave On Time

Even though you have a job you love, “too much of a good thing becomes bad.” You can work hard, and some days you may work longer, but you must know when to quit.

When I became self-employed, I would be up working at 5 AM and wouldn’t stop until after midnight.  This went on for weeks at a time.  Now that’s too much.  Use the hours set for you at work as a guide to leave on time.  Or, if self-employed, set your work hours and stick to it.

You must protect yourself against too much work.  When it’s time to go home, GO!  It’s not as difficult as it seems, just leave.

No one needs you to be at the office 24/7. Only your ego does. Honestly, the office will be here tomorrow. Your co-workers will still be alive. You company will not go bust.

Work is about achieving results. If you can’t do that in 6–8 hours a day, you’re not effective.

#2. Leave Your Work At Work

So if you are leaving on time but bringing the work home with you, what’s the point?  That defeats the whole purpose.

We all may have to bring work home with us from time to time, but this should not be a daily practice.

Set some sort of boundaries to not allow yourself to bring work home.  That time when you are at home is for you, your family, your hobbies, or whatever.

 

“Set some sort of boundaries to not allow yourself to bring work home.”

Too much work has a negative impact on the quality of your life and work.  So why do we do it?  For each person there is a different reason.

We leave work on time, and we leave our work at work.  Keep it simple for your own good.

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5 Things To Quit right now:

By Dorothy Lowery-All Can Learn-Special Education Consultant, Advocacy & Services