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Fourteen Productivity Tips When Working At Home

Best Productivity Tips When Working at Home

As I’ve shared with you before, I’ve worked (mostly) from home since 2003. Working for myself for most of that time has required a level of focus I didn’t always need when working in an office. That’s because bеіng ассоuntаblе to mу bоѕѕ and the folks I worked with was grеаt mоtіvаtіоn tо ѕtау focused […]

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How Knowing Your Decision Making Process Can
Help You Gain Clarity

decision making process

Sometimes, darling, making decisions is hard. We run up against a big choice — a job change or a move— and suddenly feel lost. It isn’t just the big decisions that we can struggle with. When we get tired and overwhelmed, our brains short-circuit, and the next thing we know, figuring out what to eat […]

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How to Love Your Life Again After Making
a Major Life Change

How to Love Your Life Again After Feeling Lost

After my divorce, I started dating again. I was surprised to find love again, but the problem was he was a player. We’d dated on and off for seven years.  I had begun working on my life coaching certification. The question each lesson seemed to answer was how to love your life again after a […]

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a Major Life Change

Ten Reasons Why Working At Home Is Both
Awesome And Horrible

why working from home is both awesome and horrible

I have been self-employed since 2003. Though I occasionally took project to put me in a client’s brick and mortar offices, for the bulk of that time I have used my home as my base of operations. I love the freedom of working from home. But sometimes, there is too much freedom. Or, if I […]

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Awesome And Horrible

30 Incredible Benefits of Gaining Clarity in Your Life

BenefitsOfGainingClarityInYourLife

I’m a big believer in the value of gaining clarity in your life. Here in the blog you’ll find tips and strategies to help you do that. Like clearing physical clutter in your world to help you gain mental clarity.  What I realized I hadn’t shared with you, though, was why gaining clarity is important. […]

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Rushing Through Your Life Won’t Help You Love It

Rushing to Next Flight

So many of the women (and men) I talk to regularly confess to feeling depleted, overwhelmed, and just flat exhausted. Like they’re living in the spin cycle of the washing machine or a good old hamster wheel. When we dig into how they’re living their daily life, one of the most common challenges experienced is […]

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Haven or Hot Mess: How Does Your Home Feel?

Haven or Hot Mess Housewife Art by Harry Fredman

When you walk into your home, how does it make you feel? Do you feel relaxed and cozy? Do you feel anxious? Do you feel welcomed and at ease? Do you put blinders on and just try to shut out the chaos around you? If your home doesn’t feel like a haven, then one of […]

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Complete the Cycle of Chores to Keep a Tidier Home

Complete the Cycle of a Chore Image CLEAN_SWEEP_1963_by Gil Elvgren

In times of stress, our biggest challenges can grow to crystal clear awareness. Right after my father died, I become excruciatingly aware of one of my biggest challenges to keeping on top of all the tasks it takes to keep a house tidy: my tendency to not complete the cycle of a chore. Having a […]

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Workweek Slobs: Ten Ways to Kick That Habit

Kurt Ard for Saturday Evening Post 1956

I just told a client that confession was good for the soul, so here goes: I’m often a workweek slob. You could walk into my home any Saturday afternoon or Monday morning and you’d find a home that is neat and tidy. But drop by on a Wednesday afternoon, and you’d color yourself surprised at […]

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You Can’t Have It All (And That’s OK)

17_Have It All Robert McGinnis Saturday Evening Post 1950

With a childhood in the 70’s and an adolescence in the 80’s, I grew up with the song from the Enjoli ad in my head as the mantra about what a modern woman should be. As the sexy blonde sang about how you can have it all, fueled by the magic 24-hour perfume, I bought […]

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