Every family and every individual knows the importance of cutting spending in today’s economy. However, many of these individuals do not realize that cutting spending in little ways can also help in this endeavor. If you cut spending in many little areas, they will add up to significant amounts and the effect on your daily… Read More >>
It’s clear that life doesn’t divide up all good things evenly among all people. You can tell that just by people watching. Some people are better looking than others. Then there are people who are richer than their peers. We must remember that the outside doesn’t necessarily reflect inner happiness. It isn’t enough to just… Read More >>
With so many electronic gadgets and office systems to help with your time management, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. At some point, it’s paralysis of the plentiful. There are so many options and so little time to use them all. At this point, time savers can become time wasters. Read More >>
You’ve probably heard the acronym, SMART; Specific, Manageable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely. This is an ideal way to create a time management system for your work or personal life. Using SMART time management can help you accomplish what is important without feeling burnt out. Read More >>
Your productivity at work is directly related to the amount of energy you have! Knowing where your natural energy comes in your day is a great way to create a time management and energy flow that works best for your lifestyle.
Today’s topic brings so much joy to me to share with you. If you struggle at all with dealing with people, your spouse, your job, your boss or your life in general in small or big ways, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE read this book, Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff.
Money brings happiness. Increased income directly correlates to an increase in happiness. But is money alone the cause for your happiness? Can happiness be bought? Take an introspective look at how you can bring more happiness into your life with a couple of fundamental ideas.
I think one of the biggest adjustments to living in the country is weekly meal planning. We no longer live two minutes away from our favorite Chinese restaurant, a Taco Bell, or the grocery store deli. The first week we lived at our new house, it became very apparent that weekly meal planning had to…