Tag: time management

Find an Extra 1-2 Hours to Accomplish More Every Day With These Tricks

~by Haley Lynn Gray~   What would an extra hour or two every day do for your business? What would you be able to accomplish that you just aren’t able to on a normal basis? Would you reach your weekly goals that you just can’t seem to meet every week? Here are some easy ways to gain time…
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Working Mom Interview – Jennifer Plurad

Jennifer is a happily married working mom to 2 boys. She uses a lot of the skills she learned as a project manager to keep her family organized. Outside of work, she is a runner at heart, and recently completed her first half marathon.   Interview Q & A 1. Do you stay at home,…
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Working Mom Interview – Tara Cox

Working Mom Tara Cox is a mother of two and an associate professor of marine sciences.  She is married to Mark Grant, a civil engineer, and they live in Bloomingdale, Georgia. 1. Do you stay at home, work at home, or work-outside the home? I work outside the home – I am an Associate Professor…
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Self-Nourishment Lesson #1: Establish Routines

~by Susan McGuire~ Do you feel you have more to do than you can possibly complete each day? For most women, there’s so much to accomplish every day. As much as women do manage to squeeze into a 24-hour day, they could be considered Super Women. But even a “Super Woman” needs fuel, nourishment and…
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5 Things Successful People Do

I’ve been looking at my life over the last year or so, and thinking about what specifically sets successful people apart from others.  My life has changed dramatically in the last 5 years, and it accelerated dramatically about a 15 months or so ago when I changed careers.  I started wondering, what do successful people…
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Working Mom Interview – Amy Hageman

I’m so pleased to introduce you to another one of my working mom friends- Amy.  Please welcome her- You may remember her from the 4 is More blog post.  I love her witty sense of humor, and perspective. Amy Hageman After earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance and a master’s degree in accounting…
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4 is More: Feeling Groovy

      This is a great article from my friend Amy… I know that I have found myself just going WAAAY too fast at times, then I start dropping balls, left and right.  My worst offense is usually forgetting appointments, because I fail to write them down.. UGH!  I hate when I do that.…
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While The Kids Are Away…..

This is the time of year when my kids are gone to camp.  While they’re gone, I usually take the opportunity to clean out their rooms, clean out old toys from the attic, and generally work on the house without a lot of distractions. In fact, one year, we managed to clean out several van…
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Ninja Mom Skills

After four kids, taking care of my parents, and all the rest, I’ve developed some serious ninja mom skills.  They enable me to survive the insanity that is having multiple kids in different places, and activities.  These tricks and tips have ensured that I have skated by motherhood only semi-scathed and mostly unscarred.  Use some…
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Think Before You Hit Send

In an article about maintaining a professional attitude at work, the first thing I mentioned is that you should think before you hit send on emails, texts, or making phone calls.  Communication can be really tough, as intention can’t always be read, and when you throw in time and distance from the person you are…
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