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  • Repairing Difficult Relationships

    Many of us have someone in our life where the relationship is strained, difficult and emotionally distant. Often that person is a family member or an in-law. It’s someone that remains in our orbit but we don’t look forward to spending time with them. 

    I heard a friend of...

  • How to Move Without that Dread of Clutter and Heavy Lifting

    Within the next six months my girlfriend and I have plans to move from our apartment to a small house.

    I’m absolutely dreading it.

    No, not because it’s “a big leap” in the relationship (I’m happy about that aspect) but because I know that we’re going to be moving...

  • How to Start a Business With Your Spouse & Keep a Happy Marriage

    Almost 90 percent of U.S. businesses are family owned, reports the Small Business Administration. If you and your partner are considering starting a business together, understand the risks—if poorly managed, you risk an unsuccessful business and a damaged relationship. You can have both a fun...

  • Steps Toward a Less Cluttered Office

    A messy, disorganized home office makes it difficult to be productive. Try these simple, yet efficient cleaning and organizing tips and enjoy a cleaner, cozier fall season.

    Take Control of Pesky Paper Piles

    If you can’t find your electric bill or your child is constantly...

  • How to Expand Your Business Outside of the Home

    Launching a home-based business can be a thrilling experience that unlocks limitless potential to choose your destiny; you become the boss, you’re in control of your income, and you’re the one putting everything on the line.

    The entrepreneurial spark grows wildly in those that chase...

  • Creating the Home Office That Will Keep You Productive

    If you’re anything like me, finding time to yourself sometimes seems impossible. Not only are you occupied with housework, but you’re also tending to your family. These are time consuming activities and can leave you little time to do the simplest tasks, like feeding yourself. Not only are you...

  • How to Develop Your Home Business

    In the past , people have relied on several elements to start their own business. Some of these have included a college education (Master’s Degree minimum), substantial investments and a brick and mortar office in which to operate.

    With advances in technology and a changing, global...

  • Save Money by Saving Energy in Your Home

    In today’s economy, saving money can be the hardest feat, especially if you have a family to take care of and look after.  However, there are some ways that you can avoid the stress, and make ends meet – and then some – if you know where to look and know what to do.  Here are a few tips...

  • Five Essentials Before You Get Pregnant

    Before taking the plunge into pregnancy and parenthood, wait a second — or month or two, at least — to plan and prepare for a happy, healthy experience. Life will never be the same once you're a parent, so knock these items off your list before you add the title mom to your resume:

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  • Design Tips to Revamp and Revitalize Your Home Office

    A business is only as organized as its owner. Therefore, wherever you work, it’s absolutely essential to work in a clean, open, professional-looking and organized space. If you’re looking to revamp your home office with creative, colorful decor and professional organization,  here are a few...

  • Lower Your Utility Bills with these Energy-Savers

    Some business costs are easily lowered by increasing productivity, moving into a smaller space, using less paper/toner and cutting down on unnecessary meetings. Other expenses aren’t so simple to cut back on. 

    Utility providers are few in numbers - based on the area you live in -...

  • Mastering a Balance: Life, Work, and Pursuit of Happiness

    Do you feel like you’re doing the same the humdrum tasks day in and day out? If you do it, may be time to consider your options including getting an advanced degree,. Today, an associate’s or bachelor’s degree is good to have, but with the country still struggling economically  those degrees...

  • Products Every Super Mom Needs to Make Life Easier

    Between kids and work it's easy for moms to get caught-up in the demands of everyday life and forget to take care of themselves. Although there is no easy-button in life, there are some products that make like easier and happier.

    The Perfect and Prepped Mom Car

    A great mom...

  • Managing a Work-at-Home Business as a Single Mom

    Working from home is an option that many people, especially single mothers, are taking advantage of in this day and age. Working from home has become a way for mothers to find a way to earn an income from home while still being able to spend time with their children. Managing a work at home...

  • Time Management Solutions to Keep Your Business Running Smoothly

    One of the hardest parts of running your own business isn’t getting it up and going (though that is tough); it’s keeping it running smoothly. Running a business often means juggling tasks and, unfortunately, when you juggle you’re more likely to miss stuff and create even more problems for...

  • What Makes a Happy Worker? 5 Key Contributors to Employee Satisfaction

     

    What do you want from your new job? A corner office? Flexitime? A short commute? Job searchers often think certain factors are the most important when looking at potential positions. In addition to obvious things such as money, overall job satisfaction can’t be overlooked. However,...

  • Tools from Google To Help You Succeed

     

    Google Alerts: Here’s a way to keep track of subjects that matter to your business. Google Alerts lets you select a subject that matters to you and then news relating to that subject will be delivered to your email inbox. Best uses: monitor news about yourself and your business,...

  • How A SWOT Analysis Helps You Plan More Effectively

    When it’s time to develop a plan whether it’s for business or your personal life one technique that can help in planning next steps is a SWOT analysis.

    SWOT is the acronym for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats.  Many businesses use SWOT analysis as the beginning step in...

  • Making your goals short-term boosts likelihood of success

    I remember when I was younger I promised myself I was going to learn to speak Spanish by the time I was 30.  I made this promise when I was in my mid-twenties.  Guess what, by the time I hit 30, I still hadn’t learned Spanish, even though being able to speak Spanish was very important to me...

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