“In our minds, we must see that it is not happinesss that makes us grateful, but rather gratefullness that makes us happy.” – Albert Clark If you’ve read my blog, you know that I love quotations. Profound thoughts, straight to the point and understandable. A fellow coach, Jackie, has written “Coaching Quotations”, with over 2000 Read More
My son and I were at Barnes and Nobles today, when I ran across a new magazine called Weekend. I tore out almost every page for my clippings file – fun, weekend ideas, home projects, travel and rainy day weekends.
I just got my The Automatic Millionaire Workbook by David Bach. Much of his ideas are simple – do automatic savings, automatically pay bills, etc. Learn to live on what you actually make. In the back he mentions his web site so I had to visit. This month’s newsletter is on Social Security Reform. Wow, Read More
The library expo was last night where the kids get to do things that are part of certain books. Like shoot an arrow for Robin Hood, make musical instruments, make butter for a Little House book, listen to the terrific Panning family fiddle for the book Fiddle Dee. Civil war historians were there with their Read More
Last night we all enjoyed watching Finding Neverland. I’ve always nurtured creativity and let my kids know it is o.k. to be different. The message of staying young at heart with a sense of adventure was in my mind as I drifted off to sleep. In the morning what should I read but a passage Read More
I just finished a book called Stop Living Life Like An Emergency, by Diane Sieg, R.N. I have seen many coaching clients that do live life like an emergency. 7 warning signs she writes about are: 1. Always running a little late 2. Piles everywhere that you hope to get to someday 3. You find Read More
Are you tired to even kiss under the mistletoe these day? Have you stopped even thinking about romance? Take a look at the free e-book, 101 Romantic Ideas to give your love life a boost.
I found a budgeting and money management free e-book that looks helpful: How to Budget Successfully. It’s a PDF, so you might want to right click and download it to your hard drive.
I have been reading a really fascinating books called, “Making Peace with the Things in Your Life,” by Cindy Glovinsky. I haven’t really heard her approach before. She talks about the balance of order and chaos. How if there is too much order, you stifle your creativity and have to break out. But, once you Read More
- Simplifying Not Organizing
- Questions to Help You Simplify Your Life
- Areas to Simplify
- What to Do with all the Papers
- How to Get Things Done When You Are An Emotional Wreck
- How to Get to the End of Your To Do List
- A Question to Help You Make Changes
- Choosing Your Committments
- Laziness Isn't the Problem
- What's Keeping You From Decluttering?
- Uncovering the Creative Areas
- Decluttering the Entryway
- Decluttering Cosmetics
- Piles of Magazine Clippings