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WELCOME WEDNESDAY: WALK & WORK

Alyson Campbell

Welcoming in the middle of the week – Wednesday – keeping us motivated and working hard. Work can have us glued to our desk or constantly on the move. Staying organized when on the go is a challenge until it is mastered!

Here’s some tips and tricks to keeping you organized when on the go:

·       Keep a schedule of your day: set times for your appointments to keep you reminded where you need to go and where you need to be

·       Pack for the occasion: keep another bag to store excess things you may need throughout the day

·       Remember to eat: pack snacks and always keep a bottle of water handy – it’s always important to stay hydrated and fed

·       Don’t forget about you! Give yourself some time to let your mind relax throughout the day, it’s important to take 10-minute breaks every few hours

Read the rest of the article here:

http://www.pinkonthecheek.com/5-tips-staying-organized/

No matter how busy we are, it is important to keep ourselves organized and productive!

#WelcomeWednesday

#StayChicandBusy

#WalkandWork

Planning to Plan: How to finally conquer that to-do list

Alyson Campbell

Happy Monday Motivation!

It’s that time again. The beginning of the week leaves some of us mourning for the weekend. But it’s time to find that Monday Motivation! Set some goals, realistic ones this time. Most people have more than one list and set unrealistic goals. They set up impossible time frames to complete their tasks and find themselves in the same spot they were last week, stuck.

An article by the New York Times gave us a few ideas on how to finally conquer those to-do lists:

·       Decide on a single consistent system – paper or electronic – don’t use both

·       Keep professional and personal goals together but group them separately

·       Set separate goals: life goals, yearly goals, weekly goals, and daily goals

·       Review: spend time reviewing what you’ve completed and plan for the next day, and a couple days after

·       Plan realistic time frames – not everything needs to be done asap

For more tips, read the rest of the article here:

https://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/14/jobs/how-to-conquer-your-to-do-list.html

Be realistic. Know your limits. And get things done.

#MondayMotivation

#WhatToDoNowAndLater

#PlanningToPlan