view from above of clean desk with laptop, diary, and pencil
08/07/2016
One of the reasons many of us get overwhelmed is the sheer volume of stuff that surrounds us. It has been said that the average person spends up to one hour a day looking for things. That adds... read more
close up US coins quarter and penny
07/31/2016
Intro: I’ve come across a few interesting / relevant ideas lately. There isn’t exactly a thematic coherence between these financial tips / this financial advice, but it’s worth sharing. Random... read more
black and white image of women with shopping bags in front of sign SALE
07/24/2016
“Nothing is enough for the man to whom enough is too little.” ~Epicurus Freddy Ehlers, Ecuadorian Minister of Buen Vivir, sat across the table from me at breakfast. I ate with not only... read more
angry man in suit squeezing his own face
07/17/2016
by Deanna Geddes & Dirk Lindebaum | Greater Good Science Center Workplace anger often gets a bad rap. It conjures up images of hotheaded bosses who intimidate their employees, or creative... read more
close up man holding cell phone
07/10/2016
Set aside a regular time for follow up. You’ve met all these great people – in person at events, online through social media, or via email introductions from others. You know you have to follow... read more
close up of typed paper gone through shredder
07/03/2016
Dear Andrew, I love your ideas! Should basic personal info like addresses be shredded or can things like addressed envelopes and magazines be recycled? It would help if I didn’t have to tear... read more
padlock and chain on green doors
06/26/2016
The Internet is an incredible tool, allowing us at Golden Girls Network to connect like-minded people over 50 so that they can create homes full of potential friends who share interests.... read more
overhead view of organized desk and computer space
06/19/2016
I have a theory. Your work space is either set up in such a way as to invite you in and support you in what you are doing, or it is somewhere else on the spectrum up to and including compelling... read more
Trimurti carving of Hindu gods Vishnu Shiva Brahma
06/12/2016
Intro: Personal finance types, myself included, often recommend making small lifestyle changes to save more money for retirement. A prominent example is the latte effect, which holds that... read more

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view from above of clean desk with laptop, diary, and pencil
08/07/2016
One of the reasons many of us get overwhelmed is the sheer volume of stuff that surrounds us. It has been said that the average person spends up to one hour a day looking for things. That adds... read more
close up US coins quarter and penny
07/31/2016
Intro: I’ve come across a few interesting / relevant ideas lately. There isn’t exactly a thematic coherence between these financial tips / this financial advice, but it’s worth sharing. Random... read more
black and white image of women with shopping bags in front of sign SALE
07/24/2016
“Nothing is enough for the man to whom enough is too little.” ~Epicurus Freddy Ehlers, Ecuadorian Minister of Buen Vivir, sat across the table from me at breakfast. I ate with not only... read more
angry man in suit squeezing his own face
07/17/2016
by Deanna Geddes & Dirk Lindebaum | Greater Good Science Center Workplace anger often gets a bad rap. It conjures up images of hotheaded bosses who intimidate their employees, or creative... read more
close up man holding cell phone
07/10/2016
Set aside a regular time for follow up. You’ve met all these great people – in person at events, online through social media, or via email introductions from others. You know you have to follow... read more
close up of typed paper gone through shredder
07/03/2016
Dear Andrew, I love your ideas! Should basic personal info like addresses be shredded or can things like addressed envelopes and magazines be recycled? It would help if I didn’t have to tear... read more
padlock and chain on green doors
06/26/2016
The Internet is an incredible tool, allowing us at Golden Girls Network to connect like-minded people over 50 so that they can create homes full of potential friends who share interests.... read more
overhead view of organized desk and computer space
06/19/2016
I have a theory. Your work space is either set up in such a way as to invite you in and support you in what you are doing, or it is somewhere else on the spectrum up to and including compelling... read more
Trimurti carving of Hindu gods Vishnu Shiva Brahma
06/12/2016
Intro: Personal finance types, myself included, often recommend making small lifestyle changes to save more money for retirement. A prominent example is the latte effect, which holds that... read more

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