It’s mid-way through January, but I’m still making my list of work-related New Year’s resolutions. One of my biggest challenges is how to prioritize my workload and manage the competing demands for my time, but without upsetting my family, manager, clients or coworkers. Sound familiar? It’s easy to fall into a rut of viewing every project as a top priority and spreading … [Read more...] about How to Prioritize at Work When Everything is a Top Priority
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“I learned that we can do anything, but we can’t do everything.. at least not at the same time. So think of your priorities not in terms of what activities you do, but when you do them. Timing is everything.” –Dan Millman As I lead in to today’s Blog post, which I dedicate to my husband, who when I asked last night, “Honey, what should I write about tomorrow?” and he replied, … [Read more...] about Make Time for the Important Stuff — Prioritize!
Is it just me or is the whole world suddenly exercising? I am a regular, plodding jogger: 5 km a day. Every day I see the same regular faces - like the woman who power walks with her umbrella in hand (just in case) and the man who reads his newspaper as he strolls along. But recently the numbers of joggers, walkers, cyclists, scooter riders and dog walkers have multiplied … [Read more...] about “Busy” Is No Longer An Excuse
Most school districts across the country have decided to continue distance learning through the rest of the 2019-2020 school year. Summer programs are opting to minimize enrollment or are canceled altogether. Where does that leave you and your kiddos this summer? In many cases, the answer is, at home (again). Parents have spent the last few months during the COVID lock down … [Read more...] about Limiting Summer Slide by Strengthening Reading Habits at Home
"Today's feminism isn't about women doing it all. It's about women NOT having to do it all." - Gloria Steinem I began buying into the myth of "doing it all" at an early age. In my 20s, I had my checklist life in mind: start a lucrative career right after college, meet someone and fall in love, get married by age 30, get my career to a successful enough point that I … [Read more...] about 10 Things Happy Moms Do Differently