Holidays frequently mean additional stress, and this year more than ever health (physical and mental) should be a factor in your holiday planning. We can implement holiday festivities during a pandemic—but it might require some creative thinking. We tend to be more stressed when we are hustling to prepare at the last minute. This year, … Continue reading Time Management Tips for the (COVID-19) Holidays
Remote work, or working from home, is a concept that has received a heightened acceptance in the previous decade or so. Not only self-employed individuals but employees who require only a computer, phone, and internet connection to conduct their business communications and complete their work are often allowed, or required, to work from home. Many … Continue reading Working From Home and Managing Life Too!
Before I was married, I struggled to justify to myself a necessity for assistance. Because I was single and did not have any children, I felt I did not deserve to hire a housecleaner or any other support services. While it is probably common for individuals living alone to feel that they should be able … Continue reading Why Do We Struggle with Delegation?
Now and then I like to highlight a location that I have visited and can attest to from my own experience. For Mother’s Day 2018, we (my husband and I) traveled to Charleston, SC to surprise my mother. The following were among the highlights of our trip: Wentworth Mansion We stayed at the Wentworth Mansion this … Continue reading Traveling to Charleston, South Carolina
Are you so busy with work that you don’t have the time or energy to plan personal events or even keep up with basic necessities? Is your task list at work expanding instead of decreasing—though you and your co-workers are working constantly? Have you considered a personal and/or corporate concierge? How would you go about … Continue reading How to Select a Personal or Corporate Concierge