The gas gauge flashed. 9 miles to empty. 9 miles to empty?! How did that happen? Wasn’t it just 35 miles? Oh, right. That had been three days ago, and I had repeatedly put off filling the tank. I recently returned from a business trip, and had been late to one thing … [Read more...] about Can you afford not to fill your tank today?
Spouse, parent, employee, business owner, entrepreneur, friend, volunteer. How many roles do you play? And how much information comes along with each of those roles? Alerts, news articles, checklists, emails, junk mail, bills, phone calls, text messages, meeting invites, … [Read more...] about How to defeat information overload and reduce stress
Last week was one of those weeks. You know, the ones where it seems like anything that can go wrong will. There was nothing truly major; it was just one thing after another after another. We had: A stomach flu (which included a day out of daycare and parents … [Read more...] about How do you relieve stress? (plus four keys to getting stress levels under control)
Do you ever have seasons where you realize that you really need to take your own advice? Yeah. Me too. In fact, it’s where I’m at right now. I see the words, “project manager. problem solver. simplifier” on my website header and cringe, because there are too many areas … [Read more...] about When you need to take your own advice