When you go on vacation, you map out your plans. If you’re flying somewhere, you map out the best flight plan. If you’re driving, you map out the directions ahead of time. So why wouldn’t you spend the same amount of time on your family map?
Are Finer Things Foreign To You? Law Of Attraction
Have you come from a childhood of frugality or what I call, “the no money syndrome”? Did you grow up hearing, “We don’t have the money for that”? Then you know what I’m talking about. Patterns form in our brain that we take into our adult life telling us that we don’t have money, we’re not worthy, we don’t deserve and the list can go on.
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Moving is a daunting task to say the least. Our family has moved way too many times if you ask me. Sometimes it went well and sometimes it did not. Successful moving strategies are plentiful. Though the number one key is to have plenty of time to pack in a methodical manner. Let me first go over a list of to- do’s and then good moving experiences and not so good, so you can see how we made it through when we had time or not. Continue reading
How To Get Organized With A House Full of Shtuff!
Most of us weren’t taught how to get organized or stay organized when we were young. When we first move out on our own, we have few items to keep organized. As time goes on, we accumulate more shtuff. Unless we are taught about organizing from the beginning, the accumulated items can become overwhelming.
So here you are. You have a house full of shtuff. What do you do? If you can, find an organizing buddy. It helps.
1. Make a schedule that is reasonable. Plan a realistic amount of time each day, week, or month to work on this project. (Hint: We worked almost every Saturday and some Sundays for several Continue reading
What Part Of the Sandwich Are You, Peanut Butter or Jelly? (Family Tips)
One of the most popular sandwiches in the US is the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. You have the bland taste of peanuts and the sweet taste of jelly in between two pieces of bread. If you’re the bread, you’re the housing that gives the peanut butter and jelly a place to join together. If you’re the peanut butter, you’re the person who holds the bread together. If you’re the jelly, you’re the person who brings Continue reading