An Exercise To Help Cut Your Monthly Expenses We are experiencing something right now that is unprecedented, and let’s face it, it can be a little scary. Absent the fear of the virus itself, there is the financial insecurity that comes with the uncertainty of the economy or even a job loss. If you areContinue reading “How to Check Your Spending When Finances Feel Scary”
How to Handle Remote Working and Still be Productive The last few days have been one story after another of companies, big and small, moving to a remote work plan in light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We definitely have not heard the last of it, and no one is really sure about the longevityContinue reading “You’re Working from Home…Now What?”
In the wake of the Coronavirus, here are some tips to prepare should you need to work remotely.
There has been a lot of talk the last few days about the Coronavirus and the effect it may have if (or when) it begins to spread in the US. The CDC released new information this week and it has created even more buzz. To be honest, it’s a lot to digest, and although theContinue reading “Do You Need to Prepare Your Business for the Coronavirus? You Probably Should!”
February is National Time Management Month. I’m not sure this calls for an actual celebration, but it is a good time to think about how effectively you are managing yours. We all have the same amount of time in our day, it all depends on how we use it – I know, you’ve definitely heardContinue reading “How to Celebrate National Time Management Month”
Originally published 1/29/2020 on LinkedIn. Resolutions, Intentions, New Habits and Goals, Oh My! The talk about how to make the most of the new year has settled down. We are getting closer to the second month of 2020, which means that by the middle of February about 80% (or so I have read!) of usContinue reading “Resolutions Not Going Well? Here Are Some Tips to Keep You Moving Forward”