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Creating healthier habits is a big focus of mine this year. Last year, I had some health issues that really gave me a scare and was an eye-opener that I need to be more attentive to my health and wellness needs.
Recently on our Facebook page, I outlined the key areas I was focusing on for my health and wellness: (1) more fruits and vegetables;
My goal this year is to be more consistent in my day-to-day actions. Each year I choose one word to help guide my goals and action steps for the year. I first came across the idea for choosing a word for the year after reading Debbie Macomber’s Thursday’s at Eight where the characters meet weekly to help support and motivate one another during difficult transitions within their lives. Rather than resolutions for the year,
Productivity is the key to getting things done. Sometimes, though, our productivity isn’t where it needs to be.
Or is it just me?
Do you work from home? If so, maybe you can relate to this scenario. You start your day with the best of intentions. You have a to-do list that at first glance doesn’t seem too long. But as the day goes on, distractions from well-meaning friends and family creep into your schedule.
Many thanks to today’s guest contributor, Marie Nieves for sharing this article on 6 Ways to Increase Your Productivity At Home.
As women we often face the difficulties of having successful careers and keeping a household together. This is why I decided to take matters into my own hands and start working from home, to save time. But how to stay productive with so many changes involved? I found these tips on how to improve productivity to be very helpful.
Is overcoming procrastination a goal of yours? Perhaps I should ask, should overcoming procrastination be a goal of yours? Not sure? Let’s see … Does this sound familiar? You have plans and ideas for getting some writing done on the report due tomorrow. You sit down at your desk but notice there are a few piles of paper surrounding your desk. So you take a few minutes to go through them. Now, you’re ready to write.
Successful time management is a on-going action item that I am working on. I received a beautiful JORD Watch to review and share with my readership. It was very timely (see what I did there!) and fits in with these keys to successful time management that I’m sharing today as part of the Making A Happy Home Series we’re doing for the A-Z Challenge for April 2015.
Properly allocating our time is hardly an easy task.
The ability to balance work and family life can be difficult, but with a little knowledge and planning, you can make it work for you.
Many of us wear many hats – wife, mother, worker, entrepreneur, friend, caretaker, the list is ongoing. We strive to give all areas our absolute best and often put taking care of ourselves at the bottom of our to-do lists.
Here are ten tips that will help you balance your work life and home life and make the most of both your personal and professional life and not shortchanging yourself and those around you.