A Blog of SortsTips for creating space and time for things that really matter.
Heirlooms appear in many forms: furniture, china and silver, but also timepieces, clothing, military memorabilia, jewelry… So what to do with all the unwanted stuff? You have options…
You got off to a good start this year, with your resolutions, new habits, projects. . . and now it’s March. Say you started going through the 28 bins of junk that have been sitting in your attic for the past 10 years. How can you maintain the momentum? Here are some quick ideas for when the novelty wears off, your energy wanes, and the work gets hard.
Considering the limits of time – in a day or a life – can provoke anxiety, or it can compel us to recognize the gift of having it at all. It’s a matter of perspective.
I stumbled upon two points today that might resonate with you, especially if you’ve been interested in – or struggling with – creating new routines.
Does this happen to you, too? I feel really ahead of the game before Thanksgiving, and then December 1st hits…
Being organized is an important life skill. Parents can teach kids how it’s done, or join them in the process of learning how.
Sara Cummings, M.A.