Managing Time and SpacePosted: June 14, 2015
Found this article placed in my office by my husband- Managing time and space
The book reveals that high-earning moms don’t work around the clock, but they do work flexibly — blending work, family and personal time in a rich mosaic where personal and work time aren’t separated by a rigid divide. For example, 75 percent of women conducted personal activities during typical work hours in the week that they tracked. About the same number conducted work activities during personal hours, logging on after the kids went to bed or checking e-mails in the grocery line. Many women worked remotely, whether by a set number of hours or on rare occasions.
For one, combing through your collections teaches the tough lesson that interests can be fleeting, but the money spent is forever.
I was skeptical at first, but I am now convinced that clearing out unappreciated items from your home opens up mental room in addition to space in your house. I’ve been less frustrated about where to store items in our small home, less desirous of a bigger house, and more critical when I’m shopping.