When a woman wants to get organized, I often start with these 7 key time management tips to produce the balanced life she is looking for. Why? Because everything revolves around her ability to control her time and calendar to adjust to changes that inevitably come up. It's important to learn the skill of adding
Are you a Perfectionist? I am. Sometimes I’m proud of it, and other times I have to sheepishly say “guilty.” I bet you might be a perfectionist, too, in at least one area of your life. For example I was filing a bank statement and decided to clean out the statements from the prior year.
Do you have a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear? Then it's time for a closet makeover! Learn how to dress well and stretch your closet with what you have by following these three steps. You'll feel like a new person after your closet makeover! Step 1. Hanging Clothes Work intentionally from
Are you procrastinating today? Procrastination can be a good thing if you don’t have enough information to make a good decision. But generally, procrastination looms over a daunting task that we don’t want to do however large or small. And that’s where procrastination tendencies need a jumpstart to get us going. That gap between Intention
I LOVE new calendars for the new year! Digital or paper those white, pristine squares each month represent breathing room, the margin in our lives, and a relaxed pace. The simple reason I love them is – they offer a chance to dream and to change. Can we change? Yes. And if we are to improve
"Out with the Old, Make Room for the New" at the year end is the perfect annual time to clean out the old and begin with a fresh start in January. Follow our six item Plan for home and work to take action and proclaim "Out with the Old, Make Room for the New!"
While advertisers boast slogans of “new and improved,” it is comforting to know that some things never change. Christmas traditions bring comfort and welcome continuity in the safe harbor called home. Make some yearly traditions that matter. It’s never too late to start! By Sharon Jaynes in Simplify Your Holiday Season Planner by Marcia Ramsland 1.
by Danna Demetre, in Simplify Your Holiday Season Planner by Marcia Ramsland Drink a Large Glass of Water Before Facing any Food Temptation. Water not only fills you up, but reminds you of your goal to eat with purpose at social events. Get a Reality Check. Most holiday cookies, candies, and other treats are at least
Do you wonder how you'll get along with people for the Holidays? Family and extended family can be difficult this time of year when emotions run high ...unless you are armed with new relationship skills. While simplifying your holiday season, take time for relationships to thrive, not just survive the holidays. People are more important than things,
Are you feeling the pressure of getting the "perfect gift" and finishing up Christmas shopping? Let it go and shop smarter today! Here are 5 Tips to Finish Up Your Gifts. 1) Text the people you don't have a clue what to get. Ask them for a suggestion or an Amazon Wish List link. Barbara, a