anti distractions-shared office space

Work Away from Home: A Cure for Home Office Distractions

You leave your home office, walk out to the kitchen and pick up the coffee mug from breakfast on the way. You decide to wash the mug, and a few other dishes. Then you remember you’d tossed the clothes in…

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Simon Sinek

Tidy or Messy? How it Relates to Social Media and People Skills.

Messy: The Power of Disorder is all about the balance of tidy and messy, yet NOT about our Things. Sherry Turkle’s book, Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age is filled with research about the younger generations’…

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46 Small Steps to Save Time

Below is my ever-growing “simple ways to save time” list. These are small, mostly easy ways to save time. No big overhauls. Small things to simplify. Do less: For home: You might be surprised at how reasonable some of these…

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2 Engaging Speakers. My Personal Notes. ICD Conference.

I could have been a perpetual student. That’s how engaging I find learning. I actually believe it is a way my brain stays focused and engaged, to have this habit of learning new things. As I’ve grown into this career,…

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5 Signs You Have A Full Plate

You have a full plate and you’re a little upset that you didn’t see it coming.  You’d rather see the “plate too full” train as it’s approaching, and NOT after it’s run over you. But you wonder: “How did I…

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money and adhd

Financial Clutter or “Stuff:” Highest Priority?

Decluttering priorities: Which makes more sense to start with:  finances and financial clutter or our regular, things and “stuff?” I hadn’t thought of this question before in quite this way, and it’s pertinent to decluttering projects to be sure. From…

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