Time Saving Tip: Kitchen Scale Postal Tip Tuesday - Mom Wisdom What's the Problem? Errands are a major time suck. If you have small children, they can also be pure torture (the errands not the children). At the top of my least favorite chores in the world, are trips to the post … [Read more...] about Time Saving Tip: Kitchen Scale Postal
Clutter Bust Like a Basket Case Tip Tuesday - Mom Wisdom What's the Problem? Families create a ton of clutter in the process of daily life. I used to blame this on my children, but now I know, 80% of the clutter around our home is mine. Leftovers of tasks and projects, piles of things to … [Read more...] about Clutter Bust Like a Basket Case
Household Hint: See the Light! Tip Tuesday - Mom Wisdom What's the Problem? Some areas of the house are dark, dimly lit, or shadowy. It's hard to see where you're going, what you're cleaning and if you're done. There's a solution. Get yourself a headlamp and keep it in your cleaning kit, … [Read more...] about Household Hint: See the Light!
Secret #6 Batching Set up, do task, clean up. Set up, do task, clean up. Repeat... Over and over. What is the secret of batching? Collecting tasks that are similar and knocking them out all at once. Why? Setting up and putting away are a big percentage of any job. Doing … [Read more...] about Multiply Your Time Secret #6: Batching
Secret #5 Surprising Procrastination In English 101 my daughter wrote a paper on procrastination as a universal human characteristic. She went in search of scholarly research. The studies she found challenged my view of procrastination. It turns out that putting things off and procrastination … [Read more...] about Multiply Your Time Secret #5: Surprising Procrastination
Secret #4 Be Early What is the ‘be early?’ secret? Secret #3: Two ahead, is all about preparing. Secret #4: Be early, is physically getting yourself where you need to be - before you need to be there. Vince Lombardi (Hall of Fame football coach) is famous for requiring … [Read more...] about Multiply Your Time Secret #4: Be Early