Are your shelves filled with too many books that are just collecting dust? Still have all your college textbooks? Does your office look like a mini-library or Barnes & Noble? If you could wear an "honorary librarian" badge proudly, I have a solution that can rid you of all books collecting dust and bring you a little bit of pocket money.
How have you been during this first week of 2017? If you are anything like me, the post-holiday busyness made this week fly by at the speed of light. Last week, my post focused on a to-do list for January that centered on everyday things to get done to get the new year off to… Continue reading January 2017 Kickoff to an Organized Year Part 2
It is that time of year, the quiet lull between Christmas and New Year's. The time to grab a cup of coffee, your favorite pen and notepad, and make a list of things to do for getting the new year off to a great start! I'm not necessarily talking about New Year's Resolutions, rather the… Continue reading January Kick Off to an Organized Year Part 1
30 days. 30 days seem like such a short time and yet, can seem like an eternity. It is all how you view your time. We are each given the same 24 hours each day, the same seven days per week, and an average of 30 days per month. What do you do with your… Continue reading 30 Days CAN Make a Difference
It is often said that everything is better with bacon. Now while I love bacon, is everything better with a slab of salty, crispy perfection? Apparently one of my dear students feels that way. Today as I was grading a recent math lab, I was treated to a really good belly laugh. To answer a question… Continue reading Is it REALLY better with bacon?
For the first time in a week, 4:30am wasn't so painful. Well, that's probably because I hit the snooze button until 5:00am. Today, I would like to focus on planning. As you sit down to plan this year, each month, week, and day, ask yourself a few key questions: *What is your planning goal? To… Continue reading Day 12: Plan well, work hard, play hard…then rest!