...as we move from harried to harmonious, from chaos to calm, and from turmoil to tranquil.
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Tag Archives: time
To “delegate” means to assign someone else the power or function to do something. Good managers are good at delegating work to other people. That might sound a lot like “passing the buck”. Call it what you want, but it … Continue reading
KISS as in “Keep It Simple, Stupid”. I’m thinking there’s got to be a more politically correct “S” term than “stupid”, but “sir” is gender-limiting–so “stupid” it remains. This morning my husband and I had a conversation about a house … Continue reading
I recently griped on my Facebook status that I had so many things to do that I seriously had no idea where to even start. And I was actually serious–*I* was overwhelmed by the number of things on my plate … Continue reading
I hate that this post is being published when it is. Very cliché. Whatever… Let me just say that ANY DAY is a good time to start anew!! Any day can be the first day of the rest of your … Continue reading
Disorganization comes in a two forms: tangible (the kind you can touch and see) and intangible (stuff you can’t touch or see, but is there none-the-less). We have already touched on tangible disorganization in this post. Intangible disorganization is all … Continue reading
Let’s talk about being ill-equipped to handle the load on your plate. If you’re someone that really gets overloaded sometimes, then you may need some basic project management skills to apply to your life. A project is a task that … Continue reading
Yes, that’s right: even if you don’t work you still have a job. You do SOMEthing all day. Just read on… What are you doing all day (or night, as your “job” may require–but I will use “day” in my … Continue reading
Priorities. What are yours? Do you even know? Or maybe you think you know, but I wonder if you do… First, make a short list of your top 5 priorities. Category is irrelevant. Or you could stick to one category … Continue reading