I really don’t like to sleep in. Not even on the weekends. I just have a natural clock that will wake me up and it tell me that it’s time to get moving. This is not always ideal especially on those occasions (rare now) that lead to a late night. [Read more…] about Increasing Efficiency- Front Loading the Day
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I was out walking the other day and I was thinking about the things I want to teach my son as he grows up.
He is under the age of five so my wife and I have our work cut out for us.
Fair warning, I have a feeling that this might be a subject that is brought up again as time goes on. [Read more…] about Dad Goals: Things I Want to Teach My Son
Say No To Family Drama And Separate Yourself From Unhealthy Relationships
There are many situations where drama comes up. Nope, not like a good Lifetime movie where you are entertained and captivated for 2 hours.
We are talking about situations that are going to be a complete waste of your time if you jump into it.
And could possibly make the situation worse for yourself, and others.
Today, I bring to you the first installment in the series: The Drama Is Not For Sale, Don’t Buy It. This first part examines family drama and saying no to unhealthy relationships.
There are really only a couple easy steps to remember when dealing with family drama, and one step you can try to help people out, while not involving yourself in the family drama. Read on to find out more! [Read more…] about Drama Is Not For Sale, Don’t Buy It: Part 1. Say No To Family Drama
Have you ever been frustrated with an employee because you think their job is so easy and you can’t possibly fathom how they can be stressed out by it?
I certainly have been guilty of this and it’s time to think of the big picture.
Everybody has job stress no matter how high or how low on the totem poll they may be.
Let’s examine how stress affects us all, causes and ways we can cope. There might be even a little bonus funny (or not so funny?!) stress story in this too!
Yes, I rock out this much when I clean. Image – via GIPHY
Oh For The Love Of Cleaning, Get A Room!
I love cleaning. This love for cleaning started at an early age. One of the best gifts I give to friends who are expecting, is deep cleaning their home a few weeks before their due date.
We moved a few times in our lifetime out of rentals and each time the landlord asked if I wanted to professionally clean their units as a side hustle. I’m flattered! But, I think if cleaning was a job I would get paid for, I wouldn’t find it as enjoyable. Cleaning is therapeutic!
Since I’ve been cleaning for almost 30 years (yup, and I’m still a millennial), I know a lot of tips and tricks! I am going to share with you my favorite cleaning hacks and how I safely store my cleaning products to keep them away from pets and kiddos! [Read more…] about Household Hacks: My Best Cleaning And Safe Storage Ideas