What do you do when you have too much to do?

What do you do when you have too much to do?

Week 2 of the 12 Week Year Ok, so Week 2 of the 12 Week Year did not go so well.  I guess I'll let the numbers speak for themselves. I'll talk about that...and what you do when you realize you have too much to do in a week (or a day).  But first, this post is part of...

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How to Use a Strategic Block to Reach Your Goals

How to Use a Strategic Block to Reach Your Goals

Week 1 of the 12 Week Year (check out Week 0 here) This post is a little late, but I promise I did my weekly review on time.  I just didn't write the actual blog post yet.  What's a weekly review?  In the context of The 12 Week Year, the weekly review is a meeting you...

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How to Choose the Best Gifts for Writers

How to Choose the Best Gifts for Writers

Choosing gifts.  Some people are really...gifted in this area.  If you're trying to manage your money wisely (like I am), you don't want to just give people more "stuff" to take up space in their lives.  The thought really does count. So how do you choose the best...

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How to Self-Publish a Book in a 12 Week Year

How to Self-Publish a Book in a 12 Week Year

My Journey Through The 12 Week Year Last year, a blogger friend introduced me to a book called The 12 Week Year: Get More Done in 12 Weeks Than Others Do in 12 Months.  The idea was fascinating.  I think I read the whole book on a flight back from Germany for a...

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7 Easy Ways to Be a Little Greener on a Budget

7 Easy Ways to Be a Little Greener on a Budget

It would be easier to go green if things weren't so expensive. There's always this tug of war for me between taking care of the environment, making the best use of my time, and staying on the budget.  It won't always be that way.  In two years I'll be debt free, and...

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When you have to Reorganize a Research Paper

When you have to Reorganize a Research Paper

Your organization and structure will probably change several times as you write your paper. Sometimes you come up with a clever way to word your thesis, and then you need to make your paper structure match. Other times, as you are writing and revising, you realize that something might make more sense in a different part of the paper. This can result in a bunch of cut-and-paste madness. It’s kind of a pain, and it is really easy to lose track of something or miss a section as you go, especially if you have to do a lot of scrolling to move a paragraph somewhere else in the paper.

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The Cafe Scholar is Back! & My Focus for 2018

The Cafe Scholar is Back! & My Focus for 2018

That’s right - I’m back!  The past few months I’ve been going through some major transitions and life changes.  I usually wait to share about transitions on social media, but now that the dust has settled, I’m so excited to share what’s been happening in my life and...

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Should I REALLY Destroy ALL my Credit Cards?

Should I REALLY Destroy ALL my Credit Cards?

Too late.  I already did.  Destroy 12 credit cards.  On Facebook Live. If you missed it, you can catch the video below.
 
Seriously, you guys, it feels like losing 100 lbs.  I can’t stop singing While We’re Young.  And I haven’t even finished paid them all off yet, but I just know that once they are gone this time, they will really be gone for good.  NEVER AGAIN will I have those chains!

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