wallpaperA while ago, I read a post on a blog (now offline) Work at Home Balance entitled: “Simplifying Your Life: When Less is More”. This part was my favorite:

Make time for simplicity. Even if we can’t completely simplify our lives, we can definitely make time to connect with ourselves in quiet, simple ways. Things like meditation, prayer, quiet reading time, or even sitting in a park for a few minutes can refresh us and make us feel more relaxed. [click to continue…]

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Today is a good place to start

Quotes

“The largest tea bush ever discovered was 100 feet high and about 1,700 years old. Today is a good place to start.” (from a Starbucks tea literature)

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Organizing a Home Office with Minimum Effort

Home Office Design Ideas

If you have a home office, chances are you are already struggling with the need for additional space. There are different things you can do to keep the space organized, from the little to the absolutely large ones, but before you get down to it you will need to keep a few things in mind. […]

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Inspiration: Remind Yourself of Your Wins

How To Organize

Tip #11: Remind yourself of your wins! (Part of the 31 Days of Home Office Organizing Tips) One of the first things you see when walking into any school are the awards and accolades in a special case up front.  Any doctor’s office has their certificates and awards displayed on the wall.  Why not do […]

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Organizing Playground: Websites That Get You Organized

How To Organize

Yesterday I joined Sara & Allison on the Organizing Playground again on Radio Sandy Springs.  We talked about websites that help you get organized.  One of my fave subjects!  Wanna listen?  Check it out here: Websites That Get You Organized Also, you can find all the great links mentioned on the show on their blog […]

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Quote of the Week: The uncompleted task

Quotes

On Thursdays I share a quote that I hope will inspire, make you think or just make you smile. Here is this week’s quote: “Nothing is so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on of an uncompleted task.” – William James

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Label & Find What You Need

How To Organize

Tip #2: Labelling Is Your Friend (Part of the 31 Days of Home Office Organizing Tips) Oh, you can have cute boxes, bags and cabinets.  But what the heck is in them?  Imagine a stack of eight fabulous red letter boxes, and you’re looking for the one in the stack with your stationery.  If you […]

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Quote of the Week: The Front Page of Yahoo!!

Quotes

Usually I share with you all a very deep and meaningful (and sometimes amusing) quote of the week.  Because I’m all about shaking it up once in a while, I had to share this news!  So, this week, I’m quoting, well … myself! The weekend of Sept. 13 & 14, an article I wrote, “5 […]

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Organize Your Email

Home Office Technology

Jessica Duquette just posted a wonderful article about a myriad of different tips on organizing to “keep the ball rolling”.  And I thought I would chime in on the folders for email.  In her post, she mentions several folders for storing email to make it easier to keep under control.  Here’s some that I find […]

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Home Office Design: Create an Atmosphere Where You Can Be Productive

Home Office Design Ideas

Having to effectively work at home can be hard for many people, since separating yourself from everything that’s going on around you is hard, especially if you have children or a constant TV presence. While hard, it’s not impossible, and one of the ways to separate yourself from these distractions is to design an office […]

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