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Category Archives: Psychology of Organizing
Continuing from last week’s post … Identifying the “big rocks” (important activities) in life is an especially beneficial activity if things have recently changed for you. Transition can be challenging and disorienting, it’s also a great opportunity to reassess your big … Continue reading
Continuing from last week’s post… Do you remember the Harry Chapin song “Cat’s in the Cradle” from the 1970’s? It was about a man who was always busy working and never had time for his son. The son watched and … Continue reading
Continuing from last week’s post… After the instructor told the students to put the various sizes stones, sand, and water into the mason jars and they set about the task. In not much time at all, there was a lot … Continue reading
Most of us are very busy. There are a lot of pressures around juggling work, school, managing projects, attending events, and assisting family members and friends. We care for our health, our community, and our world. Some folks are not … Continue reading
There are lots of reasons folks hang onto “stuff.” Last week I wrote some reasons, here are more: You’re afraid you’ll need it someday. Sometimes you don’t want to let go of items because you think you will need them someday. … Continue reading