Every year it’s the same old thing. In the cold winter months, items just get thrown into the garage so we can rush into a warm home. The garage ends up becoming a dumping ground for many items. Sometimes, there are so many items in a garage that your vehicle may not even fit!
I grew up in a home where being late was not an option. If we had to be at a certain place at 3:00 p.m., then we were at that certain place at 3:00 p.m. For a short time, I believed that everyone was like that. I believed that no one was late, that
With the recent death of a friend, I’ve decided to re-post this blog that was written almost one year ago. Although the thinking about our own demise is difficult, it truly is important to plan and have as much organized as you can. This past week was a tough one for myself and my family
Many clients I work with talk about how they dread to come into work the following day (especially after a weekend) knowing they have a pile waiting for them on their desk. My solution to this on-going situation is to do the following: 1.Block off 10 minutes at the end of the
**Moving some of our blogs over to our new site. This post was originally posted on March 17, 2011** Today I tweeted my ‘Tip of the Day’: One Life = One Calendar. I’ve had a ton of questions already about how to do that. So, here are my steps on having one
I belong to a book club and we are starting our seventh year of being together. I can’t believe how fast the time has flown. I also can’t believe some of the fantastic (and not so fantastic) books we have read. We recently read a book called The Happiness Project written by Gretchen Rubin. When
If you are a vehicle owner, there’s not doubt that every once in awhile, you have to have regular maintenance done on your car. Whether it’s an oil change, tires rotated, or a flushing of your car’s system (I really have no idea if that’s what it’s called – but it sounds good!). There’s always