Category Archives: Stress

The Pitfalls of Procrastination

A few years ago, I decided that I wanted to start an email newsletter for potential clients. I learned all about how to create the perfect email funnel, along with devising a free gift that would entice subscribers. I signed up for an email service and even made sure to put a sign up button […]

Why we all need to learn to say NO!

Does this sound familiar? Your child’s teacher needs someone to organize the class holiday party. Your coworkers have asked you to coordinate the employee birthdays for the upcoming year. Maybe your child’s soccer team needs a parent manager. No matter what the request it, we all need to learn to say NO at some point. […]

Work-life balance for moms in a crazy world

I have hesitated to write this post. Why? Because I’m not sure how realistic this topic is anymore. It’s definitely an important topic, but maybe not practical and certainly extremely complicated for busy moms. Is it possible to achieve the elusive work-life balance? Is it possible to have it all? (Special note for you stay-at-home-mamas: […]

5 Steps to leave work at work

It’s six o’clock and you’re ready to leave the office for the day. However, as soon as you get in the car/on the train, your mind starts racing with all of the things you still have to do for work, the bad meeting you had, the unhappy client, etc. Therefore, how do you leave work […]

How to declutter and change your life forever

(This is part 2 of the declutter series. You can read part 1 here.) Okay, you have made the decision to purge and organize, but aren’t sure where to start? No worries. Now we will discuss how to declutter and truly change your life. (This post contains some affiliate links, which means if you buy […]

Why you need to let go of clutter!

(This is part 1 in the clutter series. Click here for part 2.) Do you ever feel like your stuff is taking over your life? You know what I mean. That closet full of old, unworn clothes. The basement packed with boxes of old trophies, photos and papers. The overflowing pantry with expired food items. […]