Just like applying for a certain job, you need certain qualities. You will need to fit the shoe, have the necessary skills and meet the criteria. I know some women have fallen into the role by circumstances, but as long as you are caring for the family, you might as well improve yourself to do […]
You asked, I’ll answer! Start somewhere impactful. So, now you are asking what “impactful” means. Either where it’s obvious or where it will make the most difference to your functionality … that’s where you begin. Success at the beginning is very important because it sets the tone and mind set towards decluttering.
I’m convinced a big part of why decluttering can feel so hard at times is because of the fear it can bring up. These decluttering fears can cause you to hold onto the clutter, continuing to allow it to steal your time, space, energy and freedom. But the good news is overcoming your decluttering fears […]
There are 15 generally accepted aspects of homemaking. Rate yourself on each skill required on a scale of one to five, one if it is a challenge and five if you know you have a grip on the skill. Maximum total is 75, what’s your score? Be honest and you will get better at it, […]
Dreams are something you create in your mind that can take any shape or form, while goals are based on taking action. With goals, a lot of focus and attention is needed. Dreams, on the other hand, don’t need that kind of focus. Goal setting is a purposeful and explicit process that starts with identifying […]
The best way to understand the concept of developing habits is to understand the Cue, Craving, Response, Reward stages. All habits go through these stages and in this order! Frequently, we are addicts to our old but also bad habits. This can be as simple as not putting something back where it belongs (in its […]