Blog Posts - Perfectionism



Happiness Secrets.

By David Joel Miller. Happy people know and practice these secrets. Happiness is not an accident. Being happy is not about luck. There are happy people in the humblest of situations and miserable people in mansions. Mostly this is about … Conti...
by counseolrssoapbox on Dec 5, 2016

Book Review: Jack's Worry

Author/Illustrator: Sam ZuppardiInterest Level: Ages 5 and UpFrom the Book Jacket: A touching and reassuring story about the jitters associated with first experiences — and the satisfaction that comes with conquering your fears. Jack love...
by Books That Heal Kids on May 9, 2016

Six Super Simple Strategies that will make you Stop Being a Perfectionist in Your Home

Perfectionism is an ailment I know all too well. I don’t remember a time when I didn’t put undo pressure on myself in every area of my life. As I’ve grown, I started to see perfectionism for what it really is…fear. The fear of...
by Teal & Lime on Mar 15, 2016

Homemaking on the Homestead

Are you having trouble juggling the responsibilities of making a home and a homestead?
by Hunter Happenings on Feb 15, 2016

Just Make A Start

That’s how a person gets to 4 million page views a year.  Filed under: Entrepreneurship, Theory, Tool Kit Tagged: internet business, internet marketer, Jeff Bullas, making money off the internet, pageviews, perfectionism, postaday, social...
by Wealthymatters on Dec 27, 2015

THE BENEFIT OF BEING A PERFECTIONIST: The joy of trying something new and learning from mistakes

DO WE REALLY MAKE MISTAKES?:The benefit of being a perfectionist. I grew up in a home where everything was perfect. Everything had to be done right the first time or else I would be in BIG TROUBLE! Do you ever wonder what that does to a child as the...
by The Mindful Word on Nov 30, 2015

Good, not perfect

I always like to see all those magazine perfect pictures in those perfect blogs. I wonder how those ladies are able to have the ideas they have, the good taste and then the ability to transform ideas and dreams in those magnificent rooms.And I stare.
by Alfazema on Sep 16, 2015

Perfection(ism) is Boring

    Imperfection is a sign that something or someone truly lived. I have come to the realisation that I am an extreme perfectionist. This is not a new realisation. People used to mention it when I was younger. My mum, teachers. ‘You’re...
by The Cat and Mouse Act on Jun 17, 2015

When Perfectionism Hinders Creativity

Or, “Hang It and They Will Come” I’m a collector at heart, rescuing treasure wherever I can find it. My latest obsession started several months ago, when I found a pretty piece of vintage embroidery art at an estate sale. It sat on...
by The Decorologist on Jun 11, 2015

31 Things I Know Now That I’m 31: #5 — I’m My Own Worst Enemy

If I could figure out what I’m trying to say with the hundreds of draft posts I have, I’d sleep far better at night. I’d schedule them in, get about six months ahead with content, and use the newly found spare time to handle other...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on May 6, 2015

31 Things I Know Now That I’m 31: #5 — I’m My Own Worst Enemy

If I could figure out what I’m trying to say with the hundreds of draft posts I have, I’d sleep far better at night. I’d schedule them in, get about six months ahead with content, and use the newly found spare time to handle other...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on May 6, 2015

Friday Funny: Perfect Employees Are Anything But Perfect

Facility Executive Magazine Researchers advise managers to be wary of employees who express perfectionism as one of their strengths. Friday Funny: Perfect Employees Are Anything But Perfect appeared first on Facility Executive Magazine.
by FacilityBlog on May 1, 2015

An Equine Cure for a Type-A Personality.

First, consider the horse. He is a majestic, elegant animal with a free spirit–intelligent, playful and spontaneous. He is nothing short of awe-inspiring. He canters over the earth with his muscles rippling and his tail flagged, drinking the wi...
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Feb 27, 2015

Letting Go Of the Need To Be Right

I think if you ask most people, they will agree that being happy is more important than being right. But if that’s true, why do so many of us, me included, frequently choose the opposite? For the most part, we … Continue reading → You'r...
by SMART Living 365 on Jan 16, 2015

Five Reasons Why Perfectionism Ruins the Holidays

Why Perfectionism Ruins the Holidays By Aimee Cohen Photo credit: Bing images We have all been told that “practice makes perfect”… but does it? Is there really such a thing as perfect? Of course not! It’s a myth, a vicious rumor, an elusive g...
by Another Maria on Dec 17, 2014

The Perfect Holidays: Let Joy Replace Stress!

Elizabeth Patch Illustrations - happy art for every body! […] The post The Perfect Holidays: Let Joy Replace Stress! appeared first on Elizabeth Patch Illustrations.

in clover: thanksgiving

Some of you have asked me why I have not been writing....I'm not saying for sure but I am mostly convinced that perfectionism has something to do with it.  Author Anne Lamott  has this to say about the "p" word: “Perfectionism i...
by In Clover on Dec 1, 2014

thanksgiving

Some of you have asked me why I have not been writing....I'm not saying for sure but I am mostly convinced that perfectionism has something to do with it.  Author Anne Lamott  has this to say about the "p" word: “Perfectionism i...
by In Clover on Dec 1, 2014

How to encourage excellence without it being "never good enough" {Guest Post}

by Rachel Norman I have a niggling feeling most of us Babywise moms have something in common: we have high standards. I'm not talking impossible or unrealistic standards, but high ones nonetheless. We don't want to push our children beyond t...
by Chronicles of a Babywise Mom on Sep 11, 2014

Are you trapped inside the Perfectionism Prison?

Are you a perfectionist?  Perfectionism can be a wonderful trait and yet it can be very limiting and overwhelming.  If you need a few tips on how to make the most of being a perfectionist without letting it stand in your way, then I have a treat fo...
by Family Focus Blog on Sep 9, 2014


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