Appreciation and Limits for These Times

Assume that our physical distancing and staying or working at home could continue for awhile. I wanted to share some appreciation ideas and also limits to protect your psyche and your time. You might think of our situation in this…

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me time

“Me Time”: 2020 Intention

“Me time”: How much you get depends on many factors, and one of them is you. (Others can include: ages of children, caring for an aging parent or a child/adult who needs more parent time, your mental health, work/school, etc.)….

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home office produtivity

Organized Enough in Your Home Office

Who decides what is “organized enough?” Ali is a Sales Rep Ali works for a company as a sales rep, and so she effectively works on her own in her home office. She is often on the road, in her…

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engage your brain-small task approach

20 Ways to Engage Your Brain and Get Started!

You’ve stared at that project on your list for days, weeks even. Looming large, the project drains energy, reminds you daily of something you “haven’t yet done – once again!”  But getting your brain engaged to get started? Not happening. Here…

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next chapters - endings and beginnings

New Beginnings: Where to Start

New beginnings: Is there a gaping hole in your life because of a big event that’s now over, practically anyway? Could be  a career change, a significant health or mental health diagnosis, the end of a relationship,  the end of…

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Organized with ADHD

Podcast Interview – Staying Organized While Managing Your ADHD – Sue West with Janet M. Taylor

Staying Organized While Managing Your ADHD: I was invited recently to be a guest with Janet M. Taylor, a colleague. I hope you’ll enjoy our conversation, my advice, her tips and the questions she had for me (including how do…

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