Archive for the ‘Time Management’ Category

Saving Time AND Money?

in Articles, Money Management, Organizing Tips, Time Management, Uncategorized | by admin | on June 5th, 2012 | 1 Comment
Several years ago, when I was a young mother, I discovered that I actually spent LESS money if I DIDN’T read the sales flyers.  I used to read them diligently before I went grocery shopping, and carefully plan my trip so as to take advantage of the best prices at the various stores near me. What was happening, though, in spite of my best intentions, was that I was buying items I wouldn’t normally buy, simply because they were on sale.  Once I stopped reading the flyers, I would go to just one store and buy only what was on my list (for the most part).  Sure, I occasionally paid a dollar
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The To-Do List Blues

in Articles, Blog, General, News, Time Management, Uncategorized | by admin | on January 12th, 2011 |

We all know that feeling of doom that descends on us when there's a big job on our to-to list. (In fact, many's the time I've got lots of other jobs done in the service of postponing that one task I'm avoiding.) What is less obvious is that the same feeling of oppression and being overwhelmed can be created by having a whole bunch of small jobs that have been hanging around forever. This feeling is more insidious, because you can't point to one thing and say, "If I could just get X done, I'd get rid of this feeling."

So, here are some tactics for dea
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