Now that you’ve created a few different to-do lists, it’s time to tackle time. As in, using a timer. We have an endless variety of timers in our house. There's the bedtime timer, the naptime timer, the dinner time timer, the time out timer, the "it's time to leave" timer, the … [Read more...] about Why you should always set a timeframe
It's been an eventful few weeks. My four year old split his ear open and got 10 stitches in the ER. I interviewed for and got a new job. Which means I also had to give notice at my current job. It was our 8th anniversary. I'm participating in #write31days. We're … [Read more...] about Some days you just want fluff (and that’s okay)
One of the biggest time drains out there is doing things that don’t actually need to be done. We all have a tendency to overcomplicate - both in our personal lives and our professional lives. Similar to prioritizing your Daily Six, identifying what doesn’t actually need to be … [Read more...] about Do you really need to do that?
My favorite Mary Kay principle is the Daily Six. Yes, I read her biography, and loved it. I highly recommend it as a good read. And yes, anyone who knows me in real life finds this highly ironic since pink and makeup are not me at all. And even crazier, I was briefly technically … [Read more...] about Productivity and the Daily 6
Are you ever surprised that it's not easier to get faster customer service? I don’t know about you, but I have a knack for remembering that I need to book appointments or take care of some nagging customer service issue at approximately 10pm and 5am all.the.time. Or at 5:05pm … [Read more...] about How to get faster customer service