Monthly Archives: February 2015

Quote – Making the Most of Your Time

February is National Time Management Month. Although you can’t manage time, you can manage how you spend it and designate time for activities you enjoy.   How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. – … Continue reading

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Book Review – Zero Waste Home

Yesterday I was driving behind a van that had one of those stick figure families on the rear window. The father was golfing, the kids were doing ballet and soccer and the mother was shopping. Unless she is a professional … Continue reading

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It’s What You Don’t See

Photo by Jeffrey Beall My cousin was visiting yesterday and said my house was completely disorganized. Yes, my house. Clearly, he doesn’t understand the difference between organized and tidy. Three day weekend = some household chaos. Yet, if you needed … Continue reading

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Reader question – How do I go paperless?

Photo by hyena reality   The beginning of the year is a good time to look at how you’ve been handling paper and to think about how you can reduce the amount of paper in your environment.   A reader … Continue reading

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Clean Out Your Computer Day

The second Monday in February is Clean Out Your Computer Day.   Why bother? Because digital clutter can build up as quickly as physical clutter, which leads to confusion, poor use of time and related stress.   Think of your … Continue reading

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