Here is a wonderful time-saving, stress-relieving tip... I’m currently at a great point with regard to time management. Even though I’m good at it (now), I still look for small time management wins because they really do add up! What I’ve started doing is... checking my mail only on Wednesdays and Saturdays. When I check … Continue reading Mom Tip# 8: Check It Much Less Than You Do…No, Not Your Phone!
As a kid, I was forced to go through the painful process of going to the thrift store most weekends. I hated going because we were there for hours upon hours with my mom and my mom would go to multiple thrift stores 😳. Going to thrift stores was not enjoyable to me because I … Continue reading I Once Hated It, Now I LOVE—The Thrift Store!
I’m sharing some quick ways you can spruce up your home without spending a fortune! Buy good quality air freshener. Don’t go cheap here. I’ve found that the better the quality of the air freshener, the longer the fresh smell lingers. Change the wall outlets/socket covers. This will instantly give any home a cleaner look. … Continue reading Mom Tip# 7: Spruce It Up!
Work on things little-by-little and you will be surprised by what you accomplish. It's easy to get discouraged and, as a result, do nothing. We always have a ton of things to do but we must stop overwhelming ourselves trying to do it all RIGHT NOW. Break tasks down with 1 big/high priority task and … Continue reading Do it “little-by-little”
The game of chess requires you to think 3-4 moves ahead of the current move. You have to be able to “see” how your current move will impact the future of your kingdom. Will you put your kingdom at a disadvantage? If you are willing to sacrifice a pawn, will you gain more? Chess requires … Continue reading Mom Tip #3: Play Life Like the Game of Chess
The people I know who keep mental To-Do lists are often stressed and worried and they forget to do things. I, on the other hand, have a clear picture of what I need to do at all times because I don't use a mental To-Do list. Now, whether or not I do everything I need … Continue reading Mental To-Do lists are Dangerous!