Surviving a Long Distance Relationship

Written by Alina Ruigrok - www.love-sessions.com


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Planning reunions play a big part in keeping your relationship exciting, plus serve yourepparttar satisfaction of being able to see and touch each other occasionally. It gives yourepparttar 101861 opportunity to catch up on each otherís life in person and to be able to share physical and intimate activities together, which will fulfill both of your needs and desires. Not re-uniting every once in a while will only damagerepparttar 101862 relationship you have, so if one of you are not willing to visitrepparttar 101863 other occasionally, then you may need to questionrepparttar 101864 interest and care your partner has for you and should probably endrepparttar 101865 relationship and move on. If you and your partner truly want this to work out, then you will both continue to be eager to see each other as often as you can and every time to haverepparttar 101866 chance to.

Setting a limit of how long you will be apart is a wise thing to do if you do not want to end up waiting forever. There will be a day when you and your partner will have to start planning a serious future, which can only happen when you are living inrepparttar 101867 same area or perhaps even living together, whichever makes you most comfortable. If none of you are willing to agree on a place to settle and start having a relationship where you see each other on a regular basis, then you can pretty much forget about accomplishing anything out of your long distance relationship. If your partner truly loves you and wants to be with you, then they would not want to wait forever to be with you.

Withrepparttar 101868 right amount of effort and interest on both parts, a long distance relationship can surviverepparttar 101869 obstacles it will frequently be challenged with. As long as you both refresh your memories of why you chose to do this inrepparttar 101870 first place, trust each other, inform one another of your personal lives, keep in touch, and visit, your relationship can turn out to be one ofrepparttar 101871 most successful and happy relationships that ever existed. You both will be secure, happy and satisfied untilrepparttar 101872 day comes when you will re-unite for good and build your wonderful future together.

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Two secrets to getting more done in less time

Written by Angela Booth


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Stand for two minutes.

Start on your project immediately.

Nibbling at your task: you can eat an entire elephant one small bite at a time

The second trick to doubling your output is to work in small time periods. Fifteen minutes is ideal, although you can also choose ten minute time periods. The reason for this is that each project has three primary time periods: Start Time, Middle Time, and End Time.

In Start Time, you're feeling your way intorepparttar project. You're collecting materials and organising your work. If it's a report you're writing, you may spend an extended period working onrepparttar 101860 introduction. (And you're worried you won't completerepparttar 101861 project on time.) Start Time is difficult because you're fighting inertia, and also because you're uncertain ofrepparttar 101862 project. Whatever its length in real time, Start Time seems to drag.

In Middle Time, you're used torepparttar 101863 project, and working steadily through it. Chances are that in Middle Time, boredom will berepparttar 101864 biggest danger. Middle Time isrepparttar 101865 longest stage of any project.

Finally you reach End Time. You're almost done. You work quickly, racing torepparttar 101866 finish line. No matter what its length in real time, End Time feels short. It feels good.

When you deliberately work on a task in short periods of time, each period lasting no longer than fifteen minutes, you eliminate both Start Time, and much of Middle Time. Start Time is eliminated because ofrepparttar 101867 fact that you're only doing this task for fifteen minutes, so you don't dither, you simply work because you knowrepparttar 101868 fifteen minutes will soon be over. You also eliminaterepparttar 101869 dragging boredom of Middle Time: you don't get bored because you tell yourself you can stand anything for fifteen minutes.

Combinerepparttar 101870 focus exercise and fifteen minute bites to halverepparttar 101871 time you spend on your projects

The focusing exercise isrepparttar 101872 key. It gathers your energy and puts you in an alpha state. You're relaxed, yet completely alert. It's important to dorepparttar 101873 exercise standing up. Dorepparttar 101874 exercise before each of your fifteen minute time periods.

You may be wondering how you splitrepparttar 101875 time if you're working on three projects. You can split them up in any way that makes sense to you. You can choose one project, and work to completion with it in fifteen minute sessions, breaking uprepparttar 101876 sessions by your focus exercises, and doing something else for ten minutes to an hour in between, say having a meeting or making some phone calls. Or, you can work on all three projects at once, working for fifteen minute sessions on each.

These two techniques are simple, but they work.

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