May 2017 Blog Posts (47)

Special Occasion Clutter

This blog post talks about one of the most difficult types of clutter to deal with – and personally my most difficult to control and let go of – special occasion clutter.

So what is special occasion clutter?  This would include anything around your house that you use, but only for certain occasions or times of year.  (Click to Tweet!)  They are useful items, so it is hard to justify getting rid of them, because you know you will use it again.  But…


Added by Lesley Morrison on May 30, 2017 at 10:26am — 3 Comments

39 Days Until We're Homeless in Chattanooga

In 39 days my family might be homeless in Chattanooga TN.

For the whole story you can start the series HERE.

Since the first e-mail yesterday, I've been getting some questions. I'll answer them here, because I'm sure many of you are wondering the same things.

"What about your business?"

It's a…


Added by Dr. David W. Powers on May 29, 2017 at 6:57pm — No Comments

Career Ideas You Might Enjoy if You're a Creative

If you’re a creative person, you may wonder how you can make money doing what you’re passionate about. Actually, you may have an advantage over the average job seeker because you are so on fire about your craft.

If you’ve run out of career ideas for using your creative…


Added by Marcy Travis on May 29, 2017 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

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Getting Clarity is Hard

Prior to each coaching session with a client, I send a clarity tool to complete and return to me beforehand.  In a recent session, a client told me what a struggle it is for her to complete the tool each time. “You should write a blog about that form,” she said.  “I put off filling it out…


Added by Lynne Watts on May 29, 2017 at 8:15am — 2 Comments

Healthy and Healthy for You are Two Different Things

If you go on ten different health or weight loss websites, you are likely to find ten different approaches to achieving your goal. One may stress that going vegetarian or vegan is the best diet. Someone else may recommend an all raw foods diet. One expert will tell you to eliminate all carbs while another…


Added by Ann Musico on May 29, 2017 at 7:30am — No Comments

Sidebars on Websites- Worth it in The End

The concept of sidebars is as old as that of websites itself; they have been on websites since the mid-90s. The early websites were usable but primitive, but in the last two decades, web design has advanced by leaps and bounds. Even so, sidebars are still rather common on a number of websites, ranging from e-commerce shops to blogs. As responsive design grows, however, it is worth pondering about the relevance of sidebars in modern web design.

Are Sidebars a Good…


Added by Bill Williams on May 28, 2017 at 11:30pm — No Comments

40 Days Until We're Homeless in Chattanooga

In 40 days my family might be homeless in Chattanooga TN.

Me, my wife, and our five kids make a family of seven, with kids ranging from 12yo down to 2  months. We’re getting kicked out of our 3 bedroom apartment because we go over the 2-person-per-bedroom rule, even though one of the kids is just an infant. That also means we can’t rent another 3 bedroom place and local 4 bedroom houses are out of our budget.

I don’t know what we’re going to…


Added by Dr. David W. Powers on May 28, 2017 at 6:50am — No Comments

Quick Tips to Increase Social media Followers

Instagram is a well known social media platform. Using this social media platform has become quite common thing for many small scale businesses. Social media is basically used for better communication with fans or followers. Moreover, this is a good platform for the purpose of business promotion or marketing. Using social media is always a good way to enhance brand value of a business. For this purpose, along with many other social media websites, businesses prefer using Instagram. As a…


Added by Bill Williams on May 26, 2017 at 11:06pm — No Comments

What is Adventure?

Dictionary.com defines it as both a noun and a verb.

It's an exciting or very unusual experience, participation in exciting undertakings or enterprises, a bold, usually risky undertaking, a hazardous action of uncertain outcome.

It's also to risk or hazard, to take the chance of or dare, or to venture.

Those all sound very exciting.

They also fit well in line with what we consider to be proper adventures. Most of us only look at adventure in the stereotypical…


Added by Dr. David W. Powers on May 26, 2017 at 2:18pm — No Comments

Wedding Band Trends for Men in 2017

Men have always maintained a low profile, as far as, jewelry is concerned. Most men hardly are interested in any sort of jewelry. The man with a traditional bent of mind, however, could prove to be pretty fussy or choosy about buying his wedding band because that would be his only piece of jewelry that he would ever wear during his lifetime. Despite men’s lack of interest in jewelry, today the world of jewelry is flooded with an impressive range of men’s wedding bands that come in diverse…


Added by Bill Williams on May 26, 2017 at 5:30am — No Comments

Mastermind Group

LI have been reading about the Mastermind Concept of Napoleon Hill. According TO Hill in " The Law Of Success" A mastermind is created through the blending of two or more minds Out of that the harmonious blending of the group a third mind is born which is a collective mind. Hill believed each individual could contact and tap into the subconscious mind of the others and that there was an infinite intelligence, an Ethernet which contained all of the thoughts throughout history. It was…


Added by GARY LEAGUE on May 25, 2017 at 2:13pm — No Comments

What could I do with $100

Sometimes i wander what I could do with $100 to turn it into $1000.

When I think of things on my own, I don't get very far.

When my wife and I have this discussion ideas flow free.

It's more fun and less lonely.

And she often has better ideas than I do.

What are your thoughts?

Added by Robert McClimon on May 25, 2017 at 8:30am — No Comments

Tumi Bhaja chanted by Ishwara

Ishwara sings a Kirtan during a Saturday evening Satsang at…


Added by Sukadev Bretz on May 24, 2017 at 3:08am — No Comments

Top 4 Organizing “Roadblocks”

Do you want to live an organized life?

If you are reading this blog, there is a strong possibility that your answer to that question is “YES!”.  So what is keeping you from achieving your goal?  So often, the top reasons I hear from readers are:

  • “I don’t know where to start.”
  • “Getting organized feels overwhelming because I’m so far off track.”
  • “I’m just not an organized person.  It’s not in my nature.”
  • “Getting organized takes too much…

Added by Lesley Morrison on May 23, 2017 at 6:26pm — No Comments

In Search of Godly Intuition

 Busyness is the enemy of Godly intuition.  In the middle of working on day 17 of the 21 Day Brain Detox this morning (focusing on Godly intuition) while feeling guilty that I was not using the time to get more done, I heard this statement.  It was not spoken audibly but it was definitely loud and clear.  Busyness is the enemy of Godly intuition!

     On the surface this may seem like bad news to those of us who are on the front lines and in the trenches doing whatever we can…


Added by Rochelle J Delain on May 23, 2017 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Group Leader
Are You a Boss or a Leader?

Lots of the clients that I work with supervise others.  

Principals guide their schools.

Teachers manage their students. 

Managers direct workers.  

Owners of businesses supervise their employees.

Here’s an important question for anyone in any of these…


Added by Lynne Watts on May 22, 2017 at 7:30am — No Comments

Healthy Living: Be Crabby and Embrace Change

I was reading a beautiful Holy Land Moments devotional recently and the writer used the way a crab grows to make a spiritual point. As I read the devotional it spoke volumes to me about why some people have such a difficult time changing negative habits.

The difference between crabs, humans and most other animals…


Added by Ann Musico on May 22, 2017 at 7:00am — No Comments

Career Change Without the Meltdown

Just the thought of changing careers can be anxiety provoking. In fact, if you haven’t been looking for work in a long time, you may be having your own private meltdown.



Added by Marcy Travis on May 21, 2017 at 6:26am — No Comments

Developing Adaptive Survival Skills for Life

Standing on the curb in Brooklyn, New York with 20 other Suits trying to get to LaGuardia airport, can be a lesson in adaptive survival.

There are only a few ways to get to the airport from Brooklyn – personal car (bad choice), a menagerie of public transportation connections, taxi or Uber/Lyft. This morning, I fired up my Lyft app and was informed that Mi Sook in a black Avalon would arrive within six minutes. The problem was all of the people standing on the corner had also used…


Added by Kristen Joyner on May 20, 2017 at 10:00am — No Comments

Samples of Cover Letters

It is necessary for a person to prepare a cover letter except a resume when he or she is applying for some position. It is crucial document that shows how interested you are in a job, what positive results you can bring to the company and what skills and abilities let you do this. To help you with writing, this website was created where you can find so many amazing nurse cover letters examplesthat…


Added by Natasha Morton on May 19, 2017 at 10:28pm — No Comments

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