Monthly Archives: December 2014
Stop multi-tasking. This is an important point. I resolve to do one thing at a time, and do it well. Namely, CELEBRATE the passing of a great year. Happy New Year’s eve everyone!!!
Slow down and enjoy every task. This might be the most most important tip I’ve discovered for simplifying one’s life. Then why does it have to be so hard? I resolve to slow down no matter what I’m doing; whether it’s … Continue reading
Eliminate as much as possible from my to-do list. NEWS FLASH: I can’t do everything on my to-do list. Even if I could, more things will come up. As much as I can, I resolve to simplify my to-do list … Continue reading
Leave space between tasks or appointments. Another mistake I often make is trying to schedule things back-to-back. This leaves no cushion in case things take longer than I planned (which they always do), and it also gives me a feeling … Continue reading
ooops, forgot to publish this one on the 28th. It’s a good one … Do less each day. I resolve to not fill my day up with things to do. When I stuff my calendar full I end up rushing … Continue reading
Examine my commitments. A big part of my struggle with overwhelm is that my life is actually way too full. I can’t possibly do everything I have committed to doing, and I certainly can’t enjoy it if I’m trying to … Continue reading
The Twelve Days of Christmas start with Christmas Day (Merry Christmas by the way) and ends with the eve of Epiphany on January 5 th. The 12 days of New Years Resolutions (an Izzy invented celebration) follow the same dates. … Continue reading