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Blocking Time For More Productivity

Blocking Time For More Productivity – The Busy Woman’s Daily Planner © Absolutely! Creating a Routine to Keep Your Sanity in a Crazy World by Susie Glennan The Busy Woman www.thebusywoman.com

There’s never enough time in the day. But with an age-old technique, blocking time, you certainly can get a LOT more accomplished. Just format your day according to YOUR personality and see the results. Remember, it takes three weeks for anything to become a habit. If you only try blocking time for more productivity for a few days, you might not experience the benefits. Continue reading

What is it about shoes that make women HAVE to have them?

What is it about shoes that make women HAVE to have them?
And Why Do Women Keep Old Shoes?

It was an interesting chain of events that lead to this topic. I posted a question on my Facebook fan page: How old is the oldest pair of shoes in your closet? It elicited quite a response! As I started to type MY response, a beautiful memory flooded my mind. I shared that story here: Journey of The Busy Woman – The Missing Boots

The topics curiosity grew within me, so I asked a bunch of women if they have old shoes and if so, why did they keep them. Then I asked if they would allow me to post their stories.

Here are the answers to the question: “What is it about shoes that make women HAVE to have them?” I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did. Continue reading

Personalities Simplified, A Quick Life Hack To Better Time Management

Personalities Simplified, A Quick Life Hack To Better Time ManagementPersonalities Simplified by Susie The Busy Woman

We can simplify the aspect of Personality Based Time Management © or many personality assessments for that matter by using just a couple of variables. Now of course people are much more complex than this. But in this instant gratification generation, information such as Personalities Simplified is fun, easy to read, and doesn’t Continue reading

5 Tips For Moms With Young Children

5 Tips For Moms With Young ChildrenWAHM pulling hair out by The Busy Woman www.thebusywoman.com

As a home school mom, daycare provider for 8 years (before and during home schooling), a direct sales rep, and a lot more – I learned a few things. If I can help just one mom (hopefully a lot more) by sharing what I’ve learned, I will feel like my journey was with great purpose. This article is meant as a teaching for those who are walking now where I’ve walked previously. My purpose is greater than myself. It is to be a soldier for Christ and help His beloved excel and succeed.

While many women are great nurturers, there are Continue reading

10 Tips for the Weary

Get comfy and power through - 10 Tips for the Weary by Susie Glennan The Busy Woman www.thebusywoman.com

Get comfy and power through.

10 Tips for the Weary

How many of you find yourself humming along one day and all of a sudden, you’re exhausted and weary? The first week of April hummed along with planning from the previous week coming to fruition. Then, a rash of twists and turns began – starting on Wednesday April 9, 2014.

What an incredible day. Although I didn’t realize just how incredible it was until later that night, because I took each instance of goodness, and savored them one at a time, not focusing on anything else.

But over the course of the day I ran out of steam. I got weary from the amount of emotion that embodied each exciting and disappointing thing I went through. As the days went on, excitement about those few Continue reading

The 10 Plagues & the Exodus – Like omigosh – Just let them go!

The 10 Plagues & the Exodus – Like omigosh – Just let them go!

ten plagues by Susie The Busy Woman www.thebusywoman.comDuring the Passover Seder part of the tradition is to say the name of a plague out loud. While saying each plague we were to dip a finger in our cup of wine (for me it was grape juice) and then dab the wine on the plate, for each plague. As a child, by the time we got to the fifth plague, I was already so over it.

For some reason while reading the book of Exodus, I got to the plagues and heard a teenagers voice in my head saying, “Um, hello… Pharaoh??? Seriously, dude, like omigosh, just let them go already!” Of course, if we could go back in time and show Pharaoh what was to come, maybe he’d listen, maybe not. Hindsight is 20/20.

This new generation is so used to instant gratification, that teenagers today would be Continue reading