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January 2017

Get the Year Off to a Good Start

If you’d like to get 2017 off to a great start, consider not just what you might need to ‘do’, but who and how you need to ‘be’ to make it happen. Here are ten positive suggestions to make it a great year:

• Authentic: The greatest gift that we can give to the world is to simply be ourselves. We’re all unique beings, with our own sets of values, talents and gifts. When we’re comfortable being ourselves, we allow the people around us to feel the same way… Read More.

November 2016

Company is Coming

Making Your Home Guest-Friendly
“Oh no, the in-laws are coming and the house is a mess!” Whether you are hosting overnight guests or holding a party, if your home is cluttered, it can be a stressful situation. Prepare ahead of time to relieve stress and enjoy your time with your friends and family.

1. Plan Ahead. Start planning as soon as you’ve set the date. Use checklists to free your mind from the mental clutter of all your ‘to dos’… Read More.

September 2016

Is Rushing Slowing You Down

Are you a rushaholic? Sure, we all want to be efficient with our time - it’s our most precious commodity. But what if it’s more efficient to do things slowly? What if going faster actually slows us down?

Take your time. Get it done right - the first time.
Rushing Wastes Time

I find I frequently forget things when I’m rushing, and end up wasting more time than I saved. Like the time we were rushing to get my parents to the airport and it wasn’t until we got there that we realized we left one of the suitcases behind. The funny thing is that there was no reason to rush in the first place - we had plenty of time; so much time in fact, that we drove the half hour back to the house, picked up the suitcase, and got to the airport with time to spare. We get so hooked on the habit of hurrying that sometimes we rush needlessly. (I guess that’s why they call us the human race.)… Read More.

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