I just read a good article on MSN Money by Liz Pulliam Weston called, 10 Things You Shouldn’t Buy New. She presents some good sound advice here, perhaps some you hadn’t thought of before. She also has a follow-up article called, 10 Things You Should Never Buy Used.
I found this article on the MSN home [...]
About 9 months ago, I started chewing gum. I was originally inspired to try this by an article in the Friday Mind Massage Ezine by Maya Talisman Frost, (aka “the Mind Masseuse“). In this article she writes, “Research has shown that chewing does indeed increase our ability to concentrate and to retain what we’ve learned. [...]
Currently there are only three television shows that I make it a point to try to watch: Smallville (which I may stop watching if they continue strongly with the witchcraft subplot they started this past season), King of Queens (because Doug and Carrie are so much like me and my wife that it is scarey), [...]
Sometimes we need large chunks of time to devote to the “do” part of the collect, process, organize, review, and do workflow phases. I had some next actions on my @Home list that had been there for well over 6 months and possibly a year in some cases.
Some of the tasks needed several hours at [...]
One of the things that I most appreciate about David Allen’s Getting Things Done methodologies is the “put it in front of the door” trick. If you need to remember to take something to work the next day, put it in front of the door so you can’t possibly miss it on your way out. [...]
This printable template makes it super easy to measure odd sized paper and envelopes!
My wife loves to send greeting cards—unfortunately, the envelopes come in a variety of sizes. Before I developed my Odd Size Paper and Envelope Template, she would sift through a desk drawer looking for a ruler, and then measure the sides of [...]