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5 Ways to Quickly Get Your Day Under Control

Remember a day recently, when you felt completely overwhelmed? Maybe it started out well, but as you looked over your work to be done, wow. There’s so MUCH on your list that you’d rather walk out the door and leave…

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A Consistent Wakeup Time Makes Mornings Easier

Do you have a consistent morning wakeup time? If you don’t, I wonder how the mornings are going. Are you late, rushing, missing things for work, not getting your quiet time, exercise time, and pushing your children or aging parent…

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Adult ADHD

ADHD – Quoted in U.S. News & World Report Column

Through a local-to-New Hampshire connection among colleagues, I’ve discovered and been quoted twice now in a new U.S. News column. Jennifer Lea Reynolds writes a new wellness column with a current focus on ADHD, from the causes, to parenting, to…

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Overwhelmed after Travel? 3 Sanity Saving Tips.

Returning home from business travel or vacation and you are exhausted. You drop your suitcases at the door and go take a nap. Hours later, you wake up, and head towards the kitchen, long enough for a meal and …….

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Where Did the Day Go ? Sense Time More Easily with 2 Strategies.

If you often get to the end of your day and wonder “Where did the day go?” … like it was a big surprise, yet again ….You are not alone.  To sense time is innate for some people. I have…

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20 Momentum Strategies to Combat Procrastination

Procrastinating or just no motivation today? Here’s a quick list of 20 strategies to get yourself moving, so you can catch a bit of momentum. As you gain momentum, often you’ll just keep going. You may or may not “find”…

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