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Getting Organized in the Era of Endless

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More Sacrifice : Less Stress

Sunday, January 12, 2014 @ 11:01 AM
posted by admin

“If we’re too tipped to the side of fun in life and we neglect our work commitments, that is a kind of imbalance that can cause all sorts of stress such as unpaid bills, debt, not seeing things through, or a reputation for being unreliable. On the other hand, if we work ourselves to death and don’t tip things over to the fun, relaxing, recreating side of life, we can likewise be unhappy and stressed. So balance is important. I tend to take a long view on balance. For instance, when I’m writing a book, I can sacrifice friends, family, and fun because I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. So my life can be terrifically unbalanced in favor of work, but I know it’s only temporary. When I travel, I hardly do any work. I’m fine with knowing projects await me after I’m done goofing off. Try to be as proactive as you can about when you will deliberately unbalance your life in favor of work or leisure. And take a long view – life will balance out over the longer term. And oh yea, keep that light at the end of the tunnel nice and bright!”

Judith Kolberg – Award-winning Professional Organizer & Humble Thought-Leader

Excerpt from http://theothersideoforganized.com

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Happy New Year!

Wednesday, January 8, 2014 @ 10:01 AM
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Happy New Year and more importantly, Happy National Get Organized month!

For many people, ‘getting organized’ and ‘happy’ in the same sentence is a contradiction in terms. Brother International Corporation’s (BIC) recent study on personal organizing indicates that it can yield a sense of accomplishment, a feeling of calm and relaxation, and even—dare we say it—’happiness.’ Still people avoid it. My advice?

  • Write down a small, achievable organizing goal.
  • Don’t go it alone. Bring a (non-judgmental) friend or family member in for support.
  • Know when you need a pro.
  • Wait for a tipping point.

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ADD Awareness Month

Friday, October 4, 2013 @ 05:10 AM
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October is ADD Awareness Month. Awareness is a big deal. Awareness is being mindful of something worth knowing. What could be more worthwhile to know, be aware of, or mindful of than our health?

Judith Kolberg shares ways to take advantage of ADD Awareness Month so you take control of your ADD.

Read her newsletter here.

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