Last week I shared with you tips and time management tools I love for productivity that I consider, basics. If you missed it, catch up here.
I’ve mentioned a ton of tips and the point isn’t to use them all. It’s about finding solutions that work for you! So please don’t let all these tips and tools overwhelm you. They really aren’t meant to be used by one person in one day but rather tools you can pick and choose from to be your best you. Continue reading
In case you missed it, here’s the link for Organizing After Loss: Grief Part 1
The videos build on each other so take the time to watch them all.
There will be four total.
That said, the first thing I want you to remember as you go through this is to be gentle with yourself. Continue reading
Previously I covered how to use your car as your mobile office and click here if you missed that – but now I want to share with you about working while traveling. It’s more than just being in your car all the time.
I have a pillow that sits in my living room that reads, “Support your local wildlife, have children.” This nicely sums up that I think my children, now teens, are mostly feral. However, Suzanna Kaye, professional organizer has a super sweet awesome 7 year old, so there is still a great deal of hope at her house.
Check out this great facebook live (okay, facebook video that was recorded in advance but aired at the same time as the live). Continue reading
If you’re reading this than chances are you understand why they say the only constant in this world is death and taxes. There’s nothing easy about either.
Sorrow and grief can weigh us down and make the simplest decision harder so of course you’re surrounded by stuff that needs you to make decisions.
You know I have more than a few notebooks right? In a previous facebook live I let you peek into my closet at my stock (see it here). I just love a fresh notebook. Don’t get me wrong I’m all for going paperless but the act of writing things down is part of how I think. Continue reading
Wishing you had more time? Know that with just a little more time you could finish all those projects? Need to have more room in your house to breathe? I’m guessing yes.
Destinations we know we can arrive at if we just had a little more time to get there. Continue reading
Lists of what to stock for a hurricane are available on your counties website. Most States have an Emergency Preparedness Website specific to your area. Most of those sites, start with telling you to prepare months in advance. If not years.
Five days out from a hurricane you don’t want to hear, “Starting months in advance….”
That’s just overwhelming.
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