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Work Smart Live Smart with Beverly Beuermann-King

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Work Smart Live Smart with Beverly Beuermann-King

Work Smart Live Smart with Beverly Beuermann-King

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Would you like to live your life with less stress and more happiness? Discover how to take small steps towards a healthier, happier, less-stress you.

Latest Episodes

EP659 – Simplicity

How are you doing? How’s work going? The kids? We are busy! Most of us have a full plate. And many of us have a multitude of things vying for our attention. So how can we find a better balance and simplify our life? Balance is about maximizing what you love and minimizing what you loathe. Balance is about focusing on the fundamentals: health, security, relationships, personal development, purpose and making them a priority in your life. Balance is not about equal it is about satisfaction. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Simplicity Day: Design the life that you want to live, by examining where you spend your time and energy. Avoid blaming others and situations – WE have the ultimate decision on how OUR time will be spent. Develop and set your priorities and say ‘No’ to those things which are not your priority. Do not over-program yourself and make time to focus on yourself. Don’t get caught up in trying to multitask. Stay focused. Work productively. Finally, simplify routines and de-junk your physical space. Simplifying means “letting go” of things that weigh us down. Worry, confusion, stress: these are all things can arise from complexity. Getting rid of the distracting parts of our lives, we can live a more balanced, fulfilling life. If you like today’s wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app. Looking for more ways to build your resiliency? Take my free on-line resiliency test at worksmartlivesmart.com under the resources and courses tab.

1 MIN18 h ago
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EP659 – Simplicity

EP658 – Cheer Up The Lonely

Approximately 1 in 5 seniors say that they are lonely. People can become lonely for any number of reasons, regardless of their age. Some people are lonely because they don’t feel like they fit in, while others may become lonely after the death of a loved one. Other people might just suffer from an illness that doesn’t allow them to see many people. When my boys were little, they were blessed to have 3 sets of grandparents and 3 sets of great-grandparents. Life was busy with two little ones, but we made it a point of visiting each of the great grandparents. Sometimes the boys would complain, and we would have to explain that not everyone’s lives were busy like ours. Grandmas and Grandpas loved us and looked forward to us visiting. It made them happy. It doesn’t take much to cheer up the lonely and make a difference. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Cheer Up The Lonely Day: Let your friend or family member know that you are thinking about them....

1 MIN1 d ago
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EP658 – Cheer Up The Lonely

EP 657 – Life Balance

It is a gorgeous July morning. I have finished watering my newly planted grass seed and now it is time to focus on my business. I am finally feeling like my life is in balance. This was a reflection on life that I had several years ago. It didn’t mean that my life wasn’t chaotic, but I was feeling satisfied with the time and energy that I was spending on the various aspects of my life. Sometimes my ‘balance’ lasts for a long time, other times, that balance is fleeting. Balance to me, does not mean equal. Balance means satisfaction. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Life Balance Month: My First Strategy is the belief that I have a purpose in this world and that this world has a purpose. Second, is being comfortable with who I am. I am not superhuman. I try my best to take care of myself. My family and my business need me to function. Third, I enjoy the little things and look for the awesome. In my reflection above, my day started outside, water...

1 MIN2 d ago
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EP 657 – Life Balance

EP 656 – Grieving The Loss Of A Child

The loss of a child is the most stressful and inconsolable of losses to deal with. It violates the natural order of things and it’s not fair for an innocent to see their dreams unfulfilled. I watched as my husband`s parents grieved for the loss of their son, my husband`s only sibling. I watched how my brother-in-law`s wife`s parents grieved for the loss of their daughter. Together they were killed by a drunk and drugged driver. Their pain was evident and their grieving styles so different, as was the responses of their family and friends. Often, we don’t know what to say or do for grieving parents, so we do nothing. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency Through Bereaved Parents Awareness Month: Don`t avoid the parents. It is okay for you to not know what to say or how to help. A listening ear may be what they need the most. I love the sentiment that one parent received from a friend: “Grieve well. One day you will cease to remember him with tears and instead remem...

1 MIN3 d ago
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EP 656 – Grieving The Loss Of A Child

EP655 – Dealing With Change

Moving, having children, starting a new job, quitting a comfortable job, getting married, getting divorced, buying a car, buying a house, upgrading your technology, implementing a new system…. How Do You Feel About Change? Change can be scary – it can be difficult – it can cause anxiety. So why do we have so much trouble dealing with change? Difficult saying goodbye – whether it be to a loved one or a world that has given identity, change can often mean that we lose something of value. Dislike chaotic and confusing situations in which no one seems to know the new rules. This loss in direction can lead to a fear of the unknown. Difficulty taking risk. We are creatures of habit which provides us with security, predictability, stability, and comfort. When this disappears, we become anxious and stay awake at night worrying about our choices. Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Take Charge Of Change Week: Dealing with change can be stressful. Achieve a ...

1 MIN4 d ago
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EP655 – Dealing With Change

EP654– Stretching The Truth

Liar, liar, pants on fire. Have you ever told a lie? Even a little white lie? Is it ever okay to lie? Do you think that stretching the truth is lying? Or is lying by omission lying? Have you ever lied about your spending habits or about an illness to a boss so that you could take an extra vacation day? Is there such a thing as an acceptable lie? Research out of the University of California suggests that people tell an average of two lies a day. A survey conducted in the UK estimated that parents will tell children approximately 3,000 lies throughout their childhood and a US poll reported that 31% of moms said that they lied more often since having kids. So is it possible to always tell the truth? Probably not as sometimes we lie to protect the feelings of another or to prevent issues from arising. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Tell The Truth Day: Take note of the things that you may be lying about. Then, ask yourself why do you feel the need t...

1 MIN5 d ago
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EP654– Stretching The Truth

EP 653– Kissing For Happiness

Pucker up. Today is a lip-smacking day. Is your technique more washing machine, cannibal, puppy, or prude? Did you know that locking lips, increases your heart rate and causes your pupils to dilate? It also releases endorphins causing the feeling of happiness. A kiss is a perfect way to tell someone you love them, to connect with that special someone and a perfect way to take your relationship to the next level. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating International Kissing Day: Did you know that: In Italy and Greece friends, commonly kiss each other on the lips when greeting each other, whereas in France one air kiss on each cheek is a customary greeting. In Vietnam, China and Japan kissing between spouses is only done in private. While people from the Netherlands opt for 3 kisses as a form of greeting. In one survey, 23% said that their kissing skills were amazing, while 2% said that they were horrible at it. They also reported that the worst attribute...

1 MIN6 d ago
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EP 653– Kissing For Happiness

EP652 – Cell Phone Courtesy

Have you experienced this? The driver in front of you is going slower and slower on the highway as they talk on their phone You are in the bookstore when the person walking beside you has their phone go off breaking the peace and silence. You are sitting at a restaurant enjoying the company and the meal when the person next to you engages in cell yell. I think that we have all been exposed to poor cell phone etiquette. Are you attached to your cell phone? I don’t particularly like mine. In fact, I keep it off most of the time, unless I need to call my husband or remind my kids of something if I am on the road. But it is getting harder and harder to do that. Cell phones are an integral part of our technology-based world, and they won’t be disappearing anytime soon. However, if we all practiced a little more courtesy using our phone, then maybe cell phones would not seem so annoying and intrusive. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Cell Phone Court...

1 MIN1 w ago
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EP652 – Cell Phone Courtesy

EP651 – Combating Boredom

“I’m bored, there’s nothing to do”. As summer vacation begins for thousands of children this is far too often a familiar complaint. But boredom is generally a totally self-inflicted problem. The antidote to boredom is curiosity. Curiosity happens when you start to explore the world around you. You will be less likely to feel bored if you go out, get active, pick up a new hobby, or even volunteer. You will be too busy learning new things or meeting new people to feel bored. For children the anticipation of summer-fun wanes as the summer goes on and all those previously fun activities start to feel stale. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Anti-boredom Month with your family: Make up a new sport. When you’ve created new rules for an old game, your mind in more engaged and time flies by. Change the scenery – Set up a tent or a picnic area in your backyard. Put out a challenge. Design the classic scavenger hunt or let the kids design the challeng...

1 MIN1 w ago
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EP651 – Combating Boredom

EP650– Positive Body Image

Mirror, Mirror On The Wall. A fairy tale question that can be the basis for our everyday ritual. A mirror image is a reflected duplication of an object that appears identical but reversed, but often, what we see is not just reversed but often distorted. Many women and some men spend much of their lives attempting to change their bodies. Only 4% of women globally consider themselves beautiful. A positive body image involves understanding that healthy, attractive bodies come in many shapes and sizes, and that physical appearance says very little about our character or value as a person. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Compliment Your Mirror Day: I am SO guilty of looking in the mirror and picking away at the things that are not perfect: my crooked toes and my short waist. Not to mention my eye lids that are sagging with age and the loose skin on my arms. It is hard to look at yourself in the mirror and ignore what is not ‘ideal’ and to celebrate...

1 MIN1 w ago
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EP650– Positive Body Image

Latest Episodes

EP659 – Simplicity

How are you doing? How’s work going? The kids? We are busy! Most of us have a full plate. And many of us have a multitude of things vying for our attention. So how can we find a better balance and simplify our life? Balance is about maximizing what you love and minimizing what you loathe. Balance is about focusing on the fundamentals: health, security, relationships, personal development, purpose and making them a priority in your life. Balance is not about equal it is about satisfaction. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Simplicity Day: Design the life that you want to live, by examining where you spend your time and energy. Avoid blaming others and situations – WE have the ultimate decision on how OUR time will be spent. Develop and set your priorities and say ‘No’ to those things which are not your priority. Do not over-program yourself and make time to focus on yourself. Don’t get caught up in trying to multitask. Stay focused. Work productively. Finally, simplify routines and de-junk your physical space. Simplifying means “letting go” of things that weigh us down. Worry, confusion, stress: these are all things can arise from complexity. Getting rid of the distracting parts of our lives, we can live a more balanced, fulfilling life. If you like today’s wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app. Looking for more ways to build your resiliency? Take my free on-line resiliency test at worksmartlivesmart.com under the resources and courses tab.

1 MIN18 h ago
Comments
EP659 – Simplicity

EP658 – Cheer Up The Lonely

Approximately 1 in 5 seniors say that they are lonely. People can become lonely for any number of reasons, regardless of their age. Some people are lonely because they don’t feel like they fit in, while others may become lonely after the death of a loved one. Other people might just suffer from an illness that doesn’t allow them to see many people. When my boys were little, they were blessed to have 3 sets of grandparents and 3 sets of great-grandparents. Life was busy with two little ones, but we made it a point of visiting each of the great grandparents. Sometimes the boys would complain, and we would have to explain that not everyone’s lives were busy like ours. Grandmas and Grandpas loved us and looked forward to us visiting. It made them happy. It doesn’t take much to cheer up the lonely and make a difference. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Cheer Up The Lonely Day: Let your friend or family member know that you are thinking about them....

1 MIN1 d ago
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EP658 – Cheer Up The Lonely

EP 657 – Life Balance

It is a gorgeous July morning. I have finished watering my newly planted grass seed and now it is time to focus on my business. I am finally feeling like my life is in balance. This was a reflection on life that I had several years ago. It didn’t mean that my life wasn’t chaotic, but I was feeling satisfied with the time and energy that I was spending on the various aspects of my life. Sometimes my ‘balance’ lasts for a long time, other times, that balance is fleeting. Balance to me, does not mean equal. Balance means satisfaction. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Life Balance Month: My First Strategy is the belief that I have a purpose in this world and that this world has a purpose. Second, is being comfortable with who I am. I am not superhuman. I try my best to take care of myself. My family and my business need me to function. Third, I enjoy the little things and look for the awesome. In my reflection above, my day started outside, water...

1 MIN2 d ago
Comments
EP 657 – Life Balance

EP 656 – Grieving The Loss Of A Child

The loss of a child is the most stressful and inconsolable of losses to deal with. It violates the natural order of things and it’s not fair for an innocent to see their dreams unfulfilled. I watched as my husband`s parents grieved for the loss of their son, my husband`s only sibling. I watched how my brother-in-law`s wife`s parents grieved for the loss of their daughter. Together they were killed by a drunk and drugged driver. Their pain was evident and their grieving styles so different, as was the responses of their family and friends. Often, we don’t know what to say or do for grieving parents, so we do nothing. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency Through Bereaved Parents Awareness Month: Don`t avoid the parents. It is okay for you to not know what to say or how to help. A listening ear may be what they need the most. I love the sentiment that one parent received from a friend: “Grieve well. One day you will cease to remember him with tears and instead remem...

1 MIN3 d ago
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EP 656 – Grieving The Loss Of A Child

EP655 – Dealing With Change

Moving, having children, starting a new job, quitting a comfortable job, getting married, getting divorced, buying a car, buying a house, upgrading your technology, implementing a new system…. How Do You Feel About Change? Change can be scary – it can be difficult – it can cause anxiety. So why do we have so much trouble dealing with change? Difficult saying goodbye – whether it be to a loved one or a world that has given identity, change can often mean that we lose something of value. Dislike chaotic and confusing situations in which no one seems to know the new rules. This loss in direction can lead to a fear of the unknown. Difficulty taking risk. We are creatures of habit which provides us with security, predictability, stability, and comfort. When this disappears, we become anxious and stay awake at night worrying about our choices. Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Take Charge Of Change Week: Dealing with change can be stressful. Achieve a ...

1 MIN4 d ago
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EP655 – Dealing With Change

EP654– Stretching The Truth

Liar, liar, pants on fire. Have you ever told a lie? Even a little white lie? Is it ever okay to lie? Do you think that stretching the truth is lying? Or is lying by omission lying? Have you ever lied about your spending habits or about an illness to a boss so that you could take an extra vacation day? Is there such a thing as an acceptable lie? Research out of the University of California suggests that people tell an average of two lies a day. A survey conducted in the UK estimated that parents will tell children approximately 3,000 lies throughout their childhood and a US poll reported that 31% of moms said that they lied more often since having kids. So is it possible to always tell the truth? Probably not as sometimes we lie to protect the feelings of another or to prevent issues from arising. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Tell The Truth Day: Take note of the things that you may be lying about. Then, ask yourself why do you feel the need t...

1 MIN5 d ago
Comments
EP654– Stretching The Truth

EP 653– Kissing For Happiness

Pucker up. Today is a lip-smacking day. Is your technique more washing machine, cannibal, puppy, or prude? Did you know that locking lips, increases your heart rate and causes your pupils to dilate? It also releases endorphins causing the feeling of happiness. A kiss is a perfect way to tell someone you love them, to connect with that special someone and a perfect way to take your relationship to the next level. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating International Kissing Day: Did you know that: In Italy and Greece friends, commonly kiss each other on the lips when greeting each other, whereas in France one air kiss on each cheek is a customary greeting. In Vietnam, China and Japan kissing between spouses is only done in private. While people from the Netherlands opt for 3 kisses as a form of greeting. In one survey, 23% said that their kissing skills were amazing, while 2% said that they were horrible at it. They also reported that the worst attribute...

1 MIN6 d ago
Comments
EP 653– Kissing For Happiness

EP652 – Cell Phone Courtesy

Have you experienced this? The driver in front of you is going slower and slower on the highway as they talk on their phone You are in the bookstore when the person walking beside you has their phone go off breaking the peace and silence. You are sitting at a restaurant enjoying the company and the meal when the person next to you engages in cell yell. I think that we have all been exposed to poor cell phone etiquette. Are you attached to your cell phone? I don’t particularly like mine. In fact, I keep it off most of the time, unless I need to call my husband or remind my kids of something if I am on the road. But it is getting harder and harder to do that. Cell phones are an integral part of our technology-based world, and they won’t be disappearing anytime soon. However, if we all practiced a little more courtesy using our phone, then maybe cell phones would not seem so annoying and intrusive. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Cell Phone Court...

1 MIN1 w ago
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EP652 – Cell Phone Courtesy

EP651 – Combating Boredom

“I’m bored, there’s nothing to do”. As summer vacation begins for thousands of children this is far too often a familiar complaint. But boredom is generally a totally self-inflicted problem. The antidote to boredom is curiosity. Curiosity happens when you start to explore the world around you. You will be less likely to feel bored if you go out, get active, pick up a new hobby, or even volunteer. You will be too busy learning new things or meeting new people to feel bored. For children the anticipation of summer-fun wanes as the summer goes on and all those previously fun activities start to feel stale. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Anti-boredom Month with your family: Make up a new sport. When you’ve created new rules for an old game, your mind in more engaged and time flies by. Change the scenery – Set up a tent or a picnic area in your backyard. Put out a challenge. Design the classic scavenger hunt or let the kids design the challeng...

1 MIN1 w ago
Comments
EP651 – Combating Boredom

EP650– Positive Body Image

Mirror, Mirror On The Wall. A fairy tale question that can be the basis for our everyday ritual. A mirror image is a reflected duplication of an object that appears identical but reversed, but often, what we see is not just reversed but often distorted. Many women and some men spend much of their lives attempting to change their bodies. Only 4% of women globally consider themselves beautiful. A positive body image involves understanding that healthy, attractive bodies come in many shapes and sizes, and that physical appearance says very little about our character or value as a person. So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Compliment Your Mirror Day: I am SO guilty of looking in the mirror and picking away at the things that are not perfect: my crooked toes and my short waist. Not to mention my eye lids that are sagging with age and the loose skin on my arms. It is hard to look at yourself in the mirror and ignore what is not ‘ideal’ and to celebrate...

1 MIN1 w ago
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EP650– Positive Body Image
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