This post outlines steps for junk removal and happy living in our COVID-19 era. Keeping your home clean and tidy goes hand-in-hand to living a happy life.
This infographic about ways to manage your time wisely is speaking my mind. I plan out my top tasks the night before, but always start my day with a...
What items are you most likely to forget?
Your power cord? Underoos? A toothbrush?
Have you traveled all day without hangry snacks and wanted to fight someone for their peanuts?
Stop wingin’ it and use a list.
Are you spending an extra hour hyper-organizing or could you spend it doing something more productive? I think there needs to be a balance. At some point, there are diminishing returns for spending your time organizing and making things ‘just so’.
Lots going on for me lately! First up, my new kit with Rubberbanditz exercise bands. I’m super excited about this kit and determined that everything in it is all a mobile professional or business traveler needs to stay fit on the road. I keep a kit in my car and have performed a couple of sets of exercises while waiting for a meeting, a client, or on the road at the gas station. My favorite part of the kit is the door strap.
1) You probably don’t need it. Be realistic with how much time you’ll have, where you are going and what you will do. If you are going to be in meetings from 8am-8pm, you probably don’t need a casual outfit beyond what you wear on the plane.
How many of you download new apps weekly or even daily? Do you throw your hands up in disgust and say that there are no good apps for tasking, calendar management or list making? Whenever I hear that, I ask how many apps or programs that person has tried. Chances are, it’s a LOT and that is the problem. You, my friend, are an App Whore.
January 13 is National Clean Off Your Desk Day. Whether you like it or not, the majority of people judge others by how clean or dirty they keep their workspace and clutter is typically chalked up to laziness. Whether you are conscious of how it affects you, a study at Princeton found that physical clutter in your surroundings has a negative impact on your focus and information processing and increases your stress level.
January 1 marks a New Year on the calendar and a new start for most people. I’m not a big New Year’s resolution person because I make resolutions all throughout the year. I don’t think changing my life for the better has to start on January 1 and neither should you.
I’m excited to launch my free video series highlighting my 6-Steps to Work Well, Play More addressing mobile nutrition, exercise and productivity related to Air Travel, Hotels, Auto and Train, Mobile Office, Restaurants/Parties/Meetings, and Home.