[caption id="attachment_3553" align="alignright" width="300"]declutter - organize your stuff Declutter - How to get organized[/caption] I recently heard from a friend who’s an uber-busy entrepreneur: “I have really been trying to get a handle on all of the items in my home. I've been purging ... for years and have most of my things down to a manageable level ... It's all the crap (excuse my language) that I am left with. Things I have sorted, organized, placed in piles and now have no place for them to go. They aren't 100% relevant to our lives but aren't ready to leave just yet either. Couple this with temporary clutter and well, I am overwhelmed. I don't know what I want/need you to do here ... I guess I mainly just needed to vent.” At her suggestion, I’m answering her declutter question here:

[caption id="attachment_3547" align="aligncenter" width="300"] National Clutter Awareness Week: What will you declutter?[/caption]   When I utter the word “clutter,” the majority of folks instantly focus on their spaces.   “My office is out of control.”   “I’m afraid to open my pantry door.”   “I can’t walk into my closet.”   They’ll ask me for...

This is Part 9 in my How to Plan for Travel countdown series with one blog post per month containing travel tips to get my family, friends, clients and you ready to go for your next vacation overseas. From August 1 through June 30, I’ll be counting down the tips by how far in advance it’s optimal to plan. If you stumble across this blog post in April, and you’re planning a trip in May, you’re not too late. You’ll just have to do things a little more quickly. spend money - book travel plans   How can I get organized for travel: 2-3 months before  

How to Plan for Travel: Let the spending begin!

    It’s time to get crackin’ on booking. It might be three months away, but if you’re going to a popular destination, you’ll want to

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Procrastination can lead to…

As a productivity coach, I try to find organizing and productivity holidays to call our attention to. National Procrastination Week was last week. Guess I’m a little late to celebrate. Ha ha! In the spirit of procrastination, I decided to wait until the last minute to write this blog post. I usually write my productivity coaching blogs ahead of time and schedule them a few weeks out. But this time, I decided to fly by the seat of my pants. I figured I’d write it on the go, then post upon returning to my office, and take it live instantly. And it didn’t go as smoothly as I’d planned.
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