Ever since I had accepted the job as a mom, I realized that being prepared before the celebratory events was a stress reliever. I have created a system based on my own “last minute” frustrations that help me stay prepared before the holidays, birthdays, spring breaks and etc.
We already know that Christmas is on Dec. 25th, Thanksgiving is in November, Spring Break is in March, school starts in September or August for some and we know the dates of our children’s birthday. Preparing for these festivities before they get near, help us as Busy Moms stay sane and sound avoiding the shopping rush, sale anxiety and last minute pickings. Continue reading →
“Time vampires” are those seemingly harmless pastimes that end up sucking the life and time right out of your day. You sit down to read a few industry blogs and the next time you look up, your daughter has left for college and your son is shaving.
Not only will these black holes of time cause you stress because you’re wasting time, you will also be kicking yourself in the rear end because you’ll be filled with regrets. You’ll be wondering how you could have been so stupid to sit at the computer, reading about urban legends for the past three hours. Continue reading →
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Being a great blogger is a skill that can be deliberately cultivated and improved. If you want to attract more people to your blog, have more people comment, repost and retweet, have people get more from your blog and finally make more money from your blog, then read these tips carefully and see which ones you can apply to your blog this week. Continue reading →
When is the last time you put your vision on paper?
I am not talking about a 30-page business plan or the hottest self-improvement seminar that you went to, and had to fill out a questionnaire or assessment. I am talking elementary school taking glue, pictures, colors and phrases and placing your vision on a board.
This concept known as a Vision Board is a visual explorer.
It is our thinking, more than our surroundings, which determines our level of happiness. Continue reading →
I am thankful for this time of my life where I am in my mid thirties, appreciating the time I have with my children, my spouse and my family.
As a child I rushed to grow up to be a teenager, when I reached my teenage years I rushed to be an adult. As an adult I wanted my youth back. This game that I played with time has taught me a valuable lesson.
Live life everyday to the fullest!
I don’t abuse my time and value how I spend it and where I spend it and with whom I spend it with.
Savor your time just like you are going to savor the turkey and stuffing, enjoy.
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