Tag Archives: scheduling

Celebrating Freedom

Next week Americans celebrate Independence Day. This may be my favorite day of the year, for a couple of reasons: I love summer. Hot weather and a beach are my ideal combination. No gifts or special obligations are required. Just grab a cool drink, cook out, be thankful, relax and maybe attend a parade. I

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Saying “No” Without Guilt

Of all the topics I hear people discuss, one stands out as seemingly universal: too much to do, not enough time. Admittedly, we have little influence over our “mandatory” workload (e.g. assignments, work tasks, childcare obligations, etc.) However, we frequently become own worst enemy by taking on voluntary positions and projects even when our inner

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Time Is Like Shoes

A while back, I was working with a client on organizing her closet. Before I arrived, I asked her to estimate how many pairs of shoes she had. “Oh, probably about 8 or 10,” she told me. When I showed up, we unloaded the closet, and I saw that she actually had about 37 pair.

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The Big Event

Big events – weddings, family reunions, graduations – are fun. Family and friends come together to be together and celebrate. At the same time, for the host, big events can be stressful. Even with a lot of advance planning, the host is always the one burdened by last minute questions and emergencies. While there is

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That Took Longer Than I Thought

As the old saying goes, “timing is everything.” Unfortunately, getting the timing right isn’t always easy, and we often end up behind schedule. Sometimes this is due to procrastination… sorry, no “free pass” on this one! But sometimes the problem is due to an inaccurate expectation of how long it will take to get the

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