Monthly Archives: July 2011

Things Worth the Splurge

Sometimes a bargain isn’t the best. Trying to save money can end up costing more in the long run. Here are five areas where I believe it’s better to skip the discount and spend a little more. Interior Paint Estate Planning Mattress Kitchen … Continue reading

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The Perks of Rewards Cards

Rewards cards can be great, if you play it right. Here’s a few tips to take the best advantage of your plastic. Pick a program that matches your spending habits. Concentrate your spending on one card to gather maximum points. Keep … Continue reading

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Do You Have UFOs?

What are UFOs? UFO = UnFinished Objects It happens when you start something with a great deal of excitement and then run out of interest about halfway through. You may be working on a craft project, writing a report, reading a book or painting … Continue reading

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8 Tips to Always Being On Time

I’d like to congratulate my colleague, Jacquie Ross of Cast Away the Clutter. In her recent newsletter she announced that she is officially a Life Coach and now working on her Parent/Youth/Family Coach training. Jacquie has 8 tips to always being on time. 1.    … Continue reading

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Punctuality

Is punctuality important to you? Do you usually succeed at being punctual? Studies show that people who are generally punctual are more successful. I think consistency is the key. Being on time “some of the time” doesn’t make the impression that you … Continue reading

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The Organized Little Black Dress

Just found this recently. It’s a little black dress that organizes your jewelry. How cute is this?! It just shows that organization can be creative and fun. It hangs from a closet rod or hook  and holds earrings, rings, necklaces … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Organizing Digital Photos

If your collection of digital photos has grown over the years, as mine has, there comes a time when knowing what you have and finding what you want becomes difficult. There are lots of electronic tools to help you stay … Continue reading

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Manager Mom

What is a family manager? If you are a mom, I bet you can claim the title. Kathy Peel, who is known as “America’s Family Manager,” wrote a creed for all you moms out there. It goes like this: I … Continue reading

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