Monthly Archives: December 2014

Don’t Bank on Resolutions

  Photo by franky242 It’s almost New Year’s Eve, when scores of people make promises they have no intention of keeping. Well, maybe they intend to keep them, but they don’t know how. If you’re resolved to be more … Continue reading

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productivity break

Take a break from productivity if you have the day off from work tomorrow. Unplug from your devices and relax. If you celebrate Christmas, I hope you are able to enjoy time with those you care about.

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Quote – Gratitude

As December comes to an end, you may be considering how things have gone for you this year. Whether it’s been a favorable or unfortunate year, you probably have something you can be grateful for. Gratitude unlocks the fullness of … Continue reading

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be more productive at work

I read, talk and write about productivity. A lot. One of the things I try to impress upon people is that productivity is not about doing more. It’s about doing the right things at the right time. Have you ever … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary!

Photo by Stuart Miles This week marks the 10th anniversary of the founding of Organized by Marcie TM. Ten years ago, on my birthday, I realized my dream of becoming a Professional Organizer. I had experienced three layoffs in five … Continue reading

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product review – epson printer

People often ask me about buying a scanner so they can digitize their paperwork. I don’t have a dedicated scanner, but I am delighted with my Epson 4-in-1, which has scanning function. Since I opened my business 10 years ago, … Continue reading

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Reader Question: Why Can’t I Finish Things?

Photo by sualk61 Recently, a reader mentioned that she feels frustrated because she can’t get anything accomplished. She’s always moving between tasks, instead of finishing one thing before starting another.   There are lots of reasons why people don’t finish … Continue reading

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