My Two Weeks Of “Yes”

I recently finished a book by Shonda Rhimes entitled “Year of Yes,” where she spent a year of saying yes to things she normally would have said no to. I was intrigued by the book as I remember her getting interviewed on the book tour for it and how she stated she had lost a…
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Time To Slow Down

The other day I realized that my online reading habits have changed. I used to read all the way to the end of an article. Now I read the first sentence of each paragraph and if the first sentence grabs my attention, I will read to the end of the paragraph, but rarely do.  And…
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Trying To Stay Charged

  I went for a walk last week. But my fitbit wasn’t charged. And then my wireless headphones weren’t charged. Oh and then there was my phone that was low on juice. So I grabbed my external battery charger only to find it low on power as well. All I wanted to do was go…
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Organizing Starts In Your Head

When you pick up a typical organizing book or read an organizing blog it will often walk you though the steps of how to become organized. But too often they do not focus on the most important part of organizing, the mind.   Our head is where organizing starts and stops. It is where we…
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Organizing Myths

Organizing advice is around every corner and on every newsstand. But not every organizing rule should be treated the same. There are some of my favorites like the 80/20 rule of using 20 percent of your stuff 80 percent of the time. Or the one in one out rule of when making a purchase of…
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