If you can say you have a healthy work-life balance then you’re doing something right. After all, balance is a key to life.
But, unfortunately, not many people can claim success in this area. Finding balance is a common struggle for most busy professionals. All work and no play.
The good news is, you can find work-life balance. It’s not as difficult and elusive as it seems. Try these six essential tips:
Successful college students must achieve that perfect mix of homework and fun. It’s not easy, but it’s essential.
The true challenge begins when the countless real world obligations (work, career?) creep in as well, especially so for college graduates and soon-to-be grads.
That’s why we’re going to focus here on helpful tips for finding balance when the end of college approaches. By the end of this article, a school planner will be your best friend.
Do you have a paper planner and Microsoft Outlook but can’t decide which to use? Here is some practical advice for making them work together.
It’s a common scenario: you use Outlook at work, yet enjoy the experience of using a paper planner for managing your life. Frustration often occurs when trying to juggle two different systems. The good news is, you don’t have to give up one for the other – you can successfully combine Microsoft Outlook with your paper day planner for a dependable and productive planning solution.
One important tool you could be using in your work projects could make all the difference in the world.
It’s a project journal you can make from any notebook or planner. Actually, I use a padfolio like this one by Day-Timer. Regardless, if done correctly it could be a difference maker in how quickly and easily you find success..
Here are the keys to making an effective project journal: Continue reading
Spring is around the corner and that means it’s time to renew, refresh, get rid of your clutter.
Do you feel like you truly take advantage of Spring Cleaning each year?
What few people realize is that this is a great opportunity to take dramatic steps forward in your life and defeat the clutter that affects us all.
Here are four good reasons to maximize your spring cleaning: