Organizational experts are forever chastising us mere mortals for failing to do our holiday shopping in July, when the bargains are plenty and time is on our side. But given the hurly burly existence most of us live, it’s simply not a reasonable expectation. It’s also arguably a lot less fun; holiday shopping in the depths of summer somehow seems to miss the point of the holiday. more
by Teresa Riccobuono of San Francisco Bay Area's Simply Organized.
Have you ever taken the time to wonder why your to do list seems to grow? Why is it you can't seem to ever accomplish all the things you would like? Have you ever put an entry on your to do list that says, ”Spend one hour today determining why my to do list continues to be incomplete at the end of each day“? more
It is not the lack of the above mentioned items that puts happiness at arms reach. It is the small irritations that we encounter everyday.
A good friend of mine turned me on to the idea of paying attention to the small, almost daily irritants that diminish my sense of happiness and well being. In other words, the things that drive me crazy! more