Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation

April 2021 Each month I recommend something that I have read, want to read, or may currently be reading, which may give you some value. The books may be business-related, self-help, home organization, or just entertainment. This month I am recommending one that I am about to read. This book is highly regarded by almostContinue reading “Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation”

Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation

March 2021 Each month I recommend something that I have read, want to read, or may currently be reading, which may give you some value. The books may be business-related, self-help, home organization, or just entertainment. This month I want to get back to making book recommendations by starting with one that I absolutely love.Continue reading “Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation”

Once Upon a Pandemic

On Friday, March 13, 2020, I drove my son to school to pick up some books and supplies he was going to need for the two weeks that school would be closed while we work to “flatten the curve” of Coronavirus cases. As we were walking out of the school I asked him to stopContinue reading “Once Upon a Pandemic”

September Self-Care Wrap Up

Throughout the month of September, I have been sharing self-care tips on social media in honor of Self-care Awareness Month. These were some of the ways that you can take some time out of each day in order to take care of yourself. The self-care items that I shared came from the very first challengeContinue reading “September Self-Care Wrap Up”

When Saying No is a Great Big Yes

During the last few months while quarantining and social distancing…and basically just being at home a lot, I have done so many projects around the house. I’ve watched tons of movies (at least 8 Avengers movies, 11 James Bond movies, and introduced The Mayor to a ton of 80’s classics), and the amount of newContinue reading “When Saying No is a Great Big Yes”

Remote Working, Productivity, and a Case of the Thursdays!

We all know someone who works from home. Actually a lot of us work from home ourselves, and those numbers are rising and will continue to do so. But there is a fallacy that working from home is sunshine and roses all the time. Truth be told, it’s not. I will be the first toContinue reading “Remote Working, Productivity, and a Case of the Thursdays!”