Habits are powerful things. Good habits are assets that keep us on track and help us succeed. Bad habits, on the other hand, can be formidable enemies that undermine our attempts to make a change or improve our performance. Recently, I had the pleasure of appearing on Smead’s “Keeping You Organized” series. Host John Hunt and I

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Managing Children’s Artwork

About a month into the school year, the amount of artwork being brought home can start to feel a bit overwhelming. On the one hand, we love to see what our children have drawn, painted or assembled. On the other hand, there are limits to how much we can hang up and enjoy. Most parents

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“Get Off Of Me” Season

Most people think that leaves fall off of deciduous trees in the fall because the wind blows them off. Actually, to protect themselves during the cold/dry months of winter, trees create a seal (a build-up of cells) at the base of each leaf, shutting off the flow of water and nutrients. This leads to the

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Doing the Two-Step

Do you struggle to get through your “to do” list? You need to learn the two-step! No, not the dance – although that is a lot of fun. This “two step” is the way to get things done. → Step 1: Make the List Most people are familiar with the “to do” list. Whether you use scraps

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Good Intentions

  An old phrase says, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” I would say this holds true for cluttered spaces as well. People regularly tell me about plans (or dreams) for accomplishing something with the items that are crowding their space. Unfortunately, most people lack either the time or the determination to

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