Tag Archives: change

find financial freedom

Do you dread seeing bills or bank statements in the mail? Do you know how much you spend each month? Do you have enough money saved for retirement? July 1st is National Financial Freedom Day. If you panic at the … Continue reading

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quote: take charge of change

If you aren’t happy with the way your home or office looks and functions, you can make a change. If you want to make changes to your habits, you can. If you don’t feel challenged at work, you can change … Continue reading

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5-minute organizing for the car

Have you tried any of the 5-minute organizing techniques I wrote about last month? It really works! A participant from a recent speaking engagement called to tell me how happy he was to get through his paperwork, five minutes at … Continue reading

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product review – sponge holder

Small changes can have a big impact on your routines. Even better when the changes are inexpensive and easy to implement. I have always kept the dishwashing sponge in a soap dish beside the kitchen sink, and even though I … Continue reading

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reader question – how do i live through home repairs?

Clients often call me after they experience a crisis, like a flooded room, or after they start a renovation. Both situations cause chaos. Being surrounded by boxes of stuff, piled up furniture and building supplies can be miserable, especially if … Continue reading

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living with chaos

Everyone experiences some turmoil regularly. When chaos takes over your life, however, you might want to look at what you can do to tame it. You can’t control how other people drive, but you can choose not to react angrily … Continue reading

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ADHD awareness month

October is ADHD Awareness Month. The theme for this year is “Knowing is Better.” If you (or a family member) have been diagnosed with ADHD, you’ll find lots of information online. Here are some reputable resources: Attention Deficit Disorder Association … Continue reading

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