Friday, May 23, 2008

Visualize Success

Before you can even begin to achieve, you have to believe you can. You must start to see things for what they can be and will be instead of what they can't or never will be. A mindset, a change of attitude. Attitude effects everything. If you say something won't work, or that you can't do something, or that you will have a bad day, you are always right. On the other hand, if you claim greatness, aim for greatness and believe your blessings they will come to you. What you think is what you attract. Re read - what you think is what you attract. Think about it any aspect of your life. If you attract something that is less than the best, it is because deep down inside somewhere you believe that you don't deserve better. Lies! Start training your mind for greatness. Its all about the constant thoughts we put out everyday and people feel those things are react to them. This effects every detail of your life and is like a rock thrown into water, ripples can be seen everywhere. You can change your life today. You can be successful. You will accomplish your goals. You will succeed!

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Timesaving Strategies for Moms

As many moms know, life is full of appointments, activities, games, recitals, things to do that keep us busy and our schedule full. Here are some tips to help simplify the busyness of life.

Timesaving Strategies - Prepare yourself for a Great day

1. Get Organized. It's amazing how many people spin their wheels each day looking for lost keys, phone numbers, the red shirt or a specific pair of shoes. Spend a weekend getting yourself organized. But events and kids activities on the calender.

2. Find Your Timewasters. Keep track for one week of all the ways you waste time. Do you spend 10 minutes finding your keys? If so, make a key hook by your door, and use it. Do you forget "that one item" when you go to the store? Keep a list on your refrigerator and, each time you empty something, add it to the list.

3. Write Things Down. Always, keep a small notepad on hand. When you think of something you need to do, jot down a reminder. This will save you endless minutes recalling just what you were supposed to do.

4. Use a Calendar. Write down all your engagements, addresses and phone numbers. By keeping all the information in one place, you won't have to dig for it later.

5. Keep A Notepad By Your Phone. How many times have you written a note on a loose piece of paper, never to see it again? Record those notes on a pad of paper to keep them from walking away.

6. Designate Days. Choose a day or night to do your grocery shopping and errand running each week. Choose a day to clean your home. Stick to your schedule and forget about these responsibilities the rest of the week.

7. Do Things In Bulk. When possible, buy groceries and drugstore items in bulk to save a trip to the store. When you prepare one casserole, make one or two extras and freeze them.

8. Teach Your Child. Teach your child how to prepare a drink mix, do laundry, empty the dishwasher and clean his room. An extra set of hands goes a long way.

9. Finish What Your Start. When you start a project, see it through to the end. Leaving many unfinished projects causes anxiety about finishing each, and soon you'll be spinning your wheels.

10. Maximize Your Trips. On your way to work, are there errands you can run so you don't have to do them at night or on the weekends?

11. Review Your Priorities. While certain joy can be found in relaxing over a TV show, don't overload TV time. If you are watching three or four hours of television a day, that is time probably better spent doing something else.

12. Make A File System. Buy a cardboard file box and folders. Make folders for bills, insurance, letters, bank statements and anything else you may need at hand.

13. Have A Reading Pile. Keep everything you want to read, including mail and magazines, by your bed and read 10 minutes a night to unwind.

14. Say No. Sometimes its best not to take on too much to please others, make more time for yourself and for accomplishing your short terms goals and then rewarding yourself.