I live in California where water is at a premium so when I decided to landscape our front yard a few years ago, I designed it with about forty percent rock, and sixty percent grass. I was really happy with how it turned out. I’ve since learned that the landscaper I hired did not put […]Read More Pulling Up Weeds
Did you know that 40% of our daily activities are simply habits? We’re on autopilot almost half of our time! So the obvious question is, “Do I have good habits or bad habits?” Now honestly most of us have a combination of both so don’t start beating yourself up over your bad habits so quickly. […]Read More Fresh Season, Fresh Habits
Happy New Year! Yup, I know, we’re three weeks in. However, my eight to five is in the wonderful world of accounting and I’ve spent the last three weeks closing out the books on 2017. I offer that as an explanation for my absence over those few weeks. While everyone else is all “New year, […]Read More Three Reasons Why You’ve Already Blown Your New Year’s Resolutions
I ended my last post by saying that I plan to enter 2018 peaceful and moisturized. It’s not too early to start thinking about goals for next year. Can you believe 2018 is just a few weeks away?! To prepare you, I offer you a crash course in goal setting. There are five criteria that […]Read More Goal Setting 101
AAAAAGGGHHHHH! A new month starts tomorrow and I still suck at menu planning, my Flylady habit for November. If you all will humor me, I’m going to try to stick with this one for a while longer and continue to post about it here for accountability’s sake. But tomorrow a new habit starts and it’s […]Read More Merry Pamper Month!
Time Management Basics First, let me say that I don’t really like the title “working mom” because I’m hard pressed to think of a mom who doesn’t work. But work-away-from-home-mom is too much of a mouthful, so I’ll stick with the standard. I’ve already shared with you the magic that is Flylady; I couldn’t keep […]Read More A Day in the Life of a Working Mom
Today, I’m just not feeling it. I’m sure have a million things I should be doing. But, eh. I don’t even want to look in my bag to see what they are. So I’m going to pull out a couple mind games to knock out this to do list. (The first thing I asked myself […]Read More Three steps to Get ‘Er Done When You’re Just Not Feeling It