Monthly Archives: November 2010

Tis the Season

Now that Thanksgiving has passed, the pressure is on to create a perfect holiday for many people. Do you decorate every room in your house? Do you bake dozens of cookies? Do you entertain multiple times between now and New … Continue reading

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The Holiday (shopping) Season Begins

I grumble about Christmas starting the day after Halloween, but Thanksgiving is this week, which means the shopping frenzy really is picking up now. I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t remind you that the holiday season is … Continue reading

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Do it Yourself or Pay Someone Else?

There are lots of times when you face a task that you really don’t want to do and can pay someone else to do for you. For example, when I work with clients who have lots of paper to be … Continue reading

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Defend Your Day

We each get the same 24-hour day, but some people seem to get more out of each day. The secret to making the most of your time is being aware of it. Everyone has days when they go home feeling … Continue reading

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Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?

Lately I have had a number of people tell me they are dealing with the estate of elderly parents or other relatives. The big question they have is, “What should I do with all the stuff?”  We can sort and … Continue reading

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