Archive for 'Organizing Your Life'

Will you join me in creating a theme for 2015?

01bde6ed1b8f1a2f40cf8bf030493333f4c282e0aeIn the past, I would set goals and make New Year’s resolutions this time of year – and that worked out okay I suppose. I’m not knocking either one of those processes; but the really great stuff that happened in both my personal and professional life was neither a goal nor a resolution. It was an intention.

Set your intention It starts […]

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Don’t Just Dream It: How to Make Your Dreams a Reality

iStock_000012326347XSmallI like to dip my toe in the water first, and then gradually wade into the ocean. The water seems shockingly cold at first, but by the time my whole body is under, it’s not so bad. After a few seconds, the initial discomfort fades and I start really enjoying myself. Interestingly enough, this is how I approach just about everything in […]

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Productivity is Overrated (IMHO)

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Have you been too busy, too tired, too stressed and too overworked for too long? Are you killing yourself to get things done?

Ever wonder if there’s a better way?

Productivity is overrated. Yes, you read that right. I know I’ve been a big advocate of productivity – guilty as charged.

For some reason, I’ve been coaching a lot of perfectionists lately. […]

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What’s Stopping You From Getting Organized

buriedclutterThere’s been something on my mind lately, and it’s time I express it.

Sometimes I get off the phone and I just want to cry. Today is one of those days. For many people who reach out for my help, when it rains, it pours. Not only are they buried in clutter, there’s a recent death of a loved one, a family […]

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It Just Doesn’t Matter Anymore

woman reading book girl yellow dressSometimes revelations arise from the most unlikely things.

I didn’t start reading fiction until I was 40, because I thought it was a waste of time. My nose was always in a book, but I only read non-fiction (because it taught me important things). Then I discovered Nora Roberts and experienced the indulgent escape that mindless romance […]

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