From long-range plans for a work group to your grocery list for the weekend, both paper and digital clutter can quickly accumulate. Here’s how to find the best way to condense everything you need to do into one location
How you can make the change from writing things in your diary to getting them done in real life? Here are some of the best ways to make that happen.
Once the holidays are over and you’re back to work, it can be harder to keep up with your New Year’s Resolution. Here are some important ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions, even when you go back to work after the holidays.
From changes in the amount of light (which can trigger seasonal depression) to a common feeling of letdown after the holiday season, many of us feel a little blue after the holidays have ended. If you’ve been very active, have not been practicing good self-care and have basically been cramming extra tasks into every day just to get through the holidays, you are not alone. The good news is you can restore, rest and revitalize in the days following the festivities and beat the post holiday blues.
People make New Years resolutions every year, but they often don’t stick with them. If you’re falling into that trap, there are ways you can be more prepared to meet your goals in the new year. Here are some of the main ideas you’ll want to consider.