Archive for 'Time Management'

5 Organizing Myths That Can Keep You Stuck

It’s time to dispel some organizing myths that may be keeping you stuck and getting in your way of a more organized life. I’ve focused on the 5 most common beliefs about organizing, so you can get clear on what works and what doesn’t. Once we bust the myths, you’ll be on your way to organizing yourself like a pro.

 

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How to make tough decisions easier – so you can stop tossing and turning and finally get to sleep.

Clutter is often just unmade decisions. See if you can relate to this… you’re not sure what to do with an item, so you put it on the first available flat surface … just for now. And in no time, there’s a pile of things spread all over the table, counter top or desk.

Unmade Decisions=Clutter

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How to Stop Running and Start Living

Ever notice that the relaxation you experience on vacation is quickly replaced by stress once you get home? It doesn’t have to be that way. Want to know the secret to staying in that blissfully calm ‘vacation’ state? Read on…

Last week was my first week back from vacation. We flew to Venice and then cruised to several […]

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What can you do in 5 minutes to get organized?

It’s no secret that time flies, so we want to make the most of every minute. Use your spare moments efficiently and you’ll not only feel more organized, you’ll also free up larger chunks of time to either spend with your friends and family or enjoy on your own.

Below is a list of 10 things you […]

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Guilt-Free Pleasures: Lighten Up On Yourself

Have you mastered the art of feeling guilty yet? Sadly, most of us have – especially women. When we’re at work, we feel guilty about neglecting our homes or our families; when we’re at home, we feel guilty about unfinished work at the office. And heaven forbid we take time to relax – read a book or take a […]

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