Monthly Archives: August 2012
Due to all the stress I’ve been experiencing lately, I’ve become quite good at prioritizing. Every time I choose one activity over another, however, I have to decide if I am making good choices or simply putting off the things … Continue reading
You cannot procrastinate. In two days, tomorrow will be yesterday. – Kemmons Wilson The first Wednesday in September is Fight Procrastination Day. What have you been putting off that you can do now? Click on Post a Comment, below, and … Continue reading
While clutter is usually a popular topic in blog posts, recently there’s been a lot of discussion about clutter and behavior. In the NY Times, author Gretchen Rubin talks about containing clutter in her small apartment as she prepares for … Continue reading
Being a Productivity Consultant, I usually counsel against redundancy. After all, why would you waste your time creating duplicate systems or processes? I regularly coach clients to let go of tasks or products that duplicate what they already have. There … Continue reading
The last five weeks or so have been extremely difficult. I’ve been dealing with a pinched nerve in my neck, lost data from my computer crashing, and my mother being in the hospital. Of course, everything else in my life … Continue reading
This is the second post reflecting my current experiences. Thanks for indulging my use of my life as a blog subject. Now that my mother is out of rehab, where an entire team managed her care, I have taken on … Continue reading
Due to a series of personal and professional setbacks, I haven’t been actively posting. I hope to get back next week. Thanks for your continued support.