Month: January 2013

  • Priorities: Is it time for re-ordering them?

    Do you have your priorities in order? Do you even know what your priorities are? When was the last time you assessed them, and considered whether you lived according to these priorities? My priorities are fairly simple. Family. Writing. Friends. Everything else (and yes, housework is somewhere way down the list). The top three are,…

  • Tangible Productivity Markers for a New Year

    Do you have a new calendar yet? Have you written out goals and plans on it? Or do you let the days pass as they will? As we begin a new year, I’ve been thinking more about using time instead of chasing after it all the time. Instead of having a bit of a loosey-goosey…

  • New Year, New Knowledge: What will you learn this year?

    “We cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we are.” – Max Depree To me, knowledge is growth. Sometimes what we learn may be painful, sometimes it can shake us to our core and make us reassess everything, but that’s just a part of growing, of improving. So, as you work on…

  • Goal Setting for a New Year: 10 Steps to Easy, Achievable Goals

    Welcome to 2013! Hooray, cheers, huzzah! Okay, now time to put down the champagne flutes and get to work. It’s a new year, and that means goal-setting. Don’t moan and groan about it – what happened to all that cheering? Trust me. This will be WAY easier than living up to that new gym membership.…