Creating a New Year's Resolution can be a great idea, especially if you are resolving to get healthier (weight loss and exercise are the top resolutions made).
But if you don't have an action plan it may be doomed before it ever gets started. Unfortunately, the majority of individuals who make a new year's resolution end up breaking it. By February, nearly half have already failed.
The following shows how many of these resolutions are maintained as time goes on:
past the first week: 75%, past 2 weeks: 71%, after one month: 64%... »Read more
Organization affects all areas of life. When, work, home, time, and space are organized, it frees time for fun and family.
Here is a Detailed Look At The Importance Of Organization. »Read more
We've just come to the end of a tough year, and you are probably more aware than ever that you need to get your house in order. So, as you begin to tackle all those last minute things you do at year-end, here are a few items... »Read more
January 1 New Years Day. Make 4 Goals that are measurably achievable. Add them to your January calendar. January 2 Transfer all appointments and ongoing tasks to your 2013 calendar or planner. January 21 Martin Luther King Day... »Read more
There comes a time when most of us decide we want to forge a new path, go in search of health and wellness, have more energy, or... Whatever your reason, getting the initial motivation is pretty easy. »Read more
When you organize, do you prioritize your tasks? Spend time determining what needs to get done first. Then follow up with tasks of diminishing importance. This can bring order to your list. »Read more