What Shoveling Snow Can Teach You About Productivity

The winter season here in the Northeastern United States has been pretty ugly.

We seem to be receiving at least two storms per week with snowy accumulation and you know what that means…

A lot of time spent shoveling snow.

Now, you might not think something as mundane as shoveling snow can teach you about productivity, but I beg to differ…… Read More

Time Management Tip: How to Complete a Personal Project

Are you looking to get started on a personal project such as learning how to play the saxophone, planning your next tropical vacation or digitizing your old slides?

Maybe you’ve been working on a project for weeks, even months, but just can’t seem to finish things up…

In this post you’ll find a few tips…… Read More

Time Management Tip: Make the Most of Your Time this Winter

Today marks the first day of winter here in the Northern Hemisphere.

It’s time to say goodbye to short fall days and hello to days with longer periods of sunshine (hooray!).

While it’s not quite short sleeve weather just yet, it’s the perfect time to pause, reflect and make the most out of the time you do have…even if the weather is a bit nippy…… Read More

Time Management Tip: Falling Backwards with Daylight Saving Time

It’s that time again…this Sunday marks the end of Daylight Saving Time.

Here in the US we’ll set our clocks back one hour and will “gain” an extra hour of time.

How should you use this so-called extra hour of time? Should you even use it at all?

Today’s post offers a few items for thought when it comes “falling back” one hour in your schedule and preparing for the next few months. … Read More

Time Management Tip: The Best Time to Plant a Tree

Today’s time management tip offers some food for thought…

Here’s an interesting question for you — when’s the best time to plant a tree?

In the springtime after the frost? At the end of the summer going into the fall? Right after you’ve dug a hole in the ground large enough to house a sapling?

I’m no tree expert, but the answer to this question might shock you…… Read More

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