Monthly Archives: February 2011

Using Apps To Keep You on Track

Melissa Bell, a writer for the Washington Post, found herself getting distracted when using her computer. In an article, “Digital tricks to tame an Internet addiction,” Ms. Bell cites computer programs that allow you to block out time so you … Continue reading

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is it finished yet?

I’m feeling more confident now about knowing when the book is “finished.” While I didn’t start with an outline, I had an idea of what I wanted the book to cover and I created chapters for each section. What I … Continue reading

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Happy Presidents’ Day

You could celebrate our founding fathers by shopping today, but could you do something that would bring you closer to living more comfortably with what you already have instead? Organized by Marcie: Getting you organized so you have time to … Continue reading

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first promotional appearance

Thank you to everyone at the Montgomery County Office of Public Information. This morning we taped a show for Seniors Today, which will be airing in March.  Mike Bruen, the producer, made the process easy and enjoyable. Austin Heyman, the gracious … Continue reading

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Nothing Says Romance Like Letting Go of Clutter

It’s Valentine’s Day and lots of people are thinking about ways to surprise their sweethearts. Forget candy and flowers this year. To really show your Valentine how much you care, do something different. Consider letting go of one thing that … Continue reading

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section one excerpt – value

Below is an excerpt from The Clutter Book: When You Can’t Let Go, which is going to be published next month.  I would appreciate any feedback you have to offer, in addition to completing the exercise at the bottom. Clutter … Continue reading

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Doing It All

Some days you are extremely productive and some days you are just busy. If you are moving your objectives forward, accomplishing what you need to, then you are having a productive day. There are lots of ways to be busy, … Continue reading

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