Simply Simplify!

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This is the second post from Taylor on his adventure in the northwest…still teaching his mom and thing are two:

Simplify…When I think of the outdoors, I think of this term. And recently, this term has taken on a whole new meaning for me. People tend to think that being outside in nature, away from noise and the hustle and bustle of everyday life simplifies their lives. Continue reading

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What is True Balance?

My son taught me something about balance the other day when he sent us his first update from his mission trip this summer.  Taylor is taking the summer off from seminary and on a mission with Rock Climbers for Christ.The last two weeks he has been in Bend, Oregon doing training and getting ready.  Now, they are headed to British Columbia (via a few days in Washington) to start the official mission.

Here’s his note: Continue reading

Interview with Dr. Fred Ray Lybrand on getting rid of your “To-Do” list

One Success book cover

Interview with Dr. Fred Ray Lybrand on getting rid of your “To-Do” list.

This book and Fred’s insights have help me to really get a grip on my daily “to-do” list.  Hope you find it helpful.

Toes in the Sand with Tour Guide Tina

Toes in the Sand--MalibuIt’s been a busy week of travel. I saw old friends, met new people and got to stick my toes in the sand, briefly. But the BEST thing is that Madeline went with me to California for work and a little play.  Continue reading

Getting things done

I am always on the look out for ways to get things done.  I think I have read just about every technique and book on organization. None of it seems to work for me.  Could that be because I am the prohibiting factor? Here’s a great blog post that might have a technique that I MAY commit to trying for a day or two. But i am sure a distraction or two will get in the way.

http://michaelhyatt.com/how-to-use-batching-to-become-more-productive.html

What about you? How do you “get things done”?