lists structure

Lists, Redefined

Who likes to make a list? Checking off feels good but making the list? Not so much. The list is too big, long, overwhelming. Or it gets lost, isn’t used except in a crisis, has too many tasks on it…

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be here now mindfull #my3words

2020: My 3 Words #my3words

My 3 words this year are: faith, become, and mindful. I first read about this approach from Chris Brogan and its simplicity and creativity resonate with me. It works for me to cut through all the clutter, noise and complexities…

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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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An Unhurried Sense of Time: How Do You Do That!?

An Unhurried sense of time. I need that this week and so I decided to reread and update this post. Writing does slow down my sense of hurry. Unhurried and time: words that don’t go together smoothly, do they? I’m…

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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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