Over the past couple weeks in social media land, I asked for specifics about where you are struggling with organization, time management, and/or prioritization so I could speak directly to your issues during our 31 Days of Organizing together.
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How long have you been in business? A few months? A few years? A few decades? If you’ve been in business more than a few years, I have a question for you: When was the last time you scheduled
It’s been about a month since I wrote last. I had a perfect storm of health issues, family issues, and energy issues. Plus, add on moving and getting married this year and I was tapped out. Other than working
Last week, I spoke to 150 professionals at a large corporation about organization and personal effectiveness. Their questions were telling of the times we live in: How do I manage my email overwhelm? How do I even find time
This weekend my hubby, Nelson, and I visited Beaufort, SC. I love the coast! There’s something about it that makes me take deep, cleansing breaths. I love looking out over the marshes and watching the birds do their birdy
Yesterday, my business coach, Shannon, posted a drawing of a cupcake on Facebook. The caption read: Procrastibaking: The art of baking cupcakes instead of doing something else you should be doing. This made me snort out loud with laughter. Because
I made a tactical error during a speaking engagement last week. See, I was invited to speak to about 50 healthcare professionals on how to reduce stress, get more organized, and reduce the crazies that happen in normal day.
A 500 square foot garden is a thing to behold – especially when it’s full of weeds and grass (grass is the worst!). Last week, with a final effortful push between my hubby Nelson and me, we finished weeding
For many years, I felt anxiety every time I had to set a table for a meal. Here’s why… Growing up, my mom was very particular about how she wanted her table set. I think she learned this in