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Erin Condren Life Planner 2017 + Video!

Erin Condren Life Planner 2017 I finally caved in and ordered an Erin Condren Life Planner 2017! I’ve been wanting one for the last few years but couldn’t really justify the expense – they are… View Post The post Erin Condren...
by www.mamamim.com on Jun 21, 2016

Keep going

Sometimes, in the absence of joy that comes from being in love, or otherwise feeling down for whatever reason, you just have to keep going. Yes, there’s something to be said for simple endurance and survival, for just putting one foot in front of...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 12, 2016

Keep going

Sometimes, in the absence of joy that comes from being in love, or otherwise feeling down for whatever reason, you just have to keep going. Yes, there’s something to be said for simple endurance and survival, for just putting one foot in front of...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 12, 2016

MY 1ST TO DO LIST

  SHOULD FINISH/ MUST DO BEFORE APRIL ENDS: 1. READ THREE YOUNG-ADULT BOOK 2. CREATE A BLOG 3. BUY A BOOK / DOWNLOAD NEW EBOOK TO READ 4. UPDATE MY BLOG TRICE A WEEK 5. READ . READ . READ P.S THIS TO DO LISTS IS MADE MARCH 28. I JUST WANT TO SH...
by booksbeat on Apr 20, 2016

To-do lists are only useful if you DO them

There has been lots of debate recently about the usefulness of to-do lists, so I put it on my to-do list to jot down my own thoughts of the matter.I can confidently state that our culture of notes and thoughtful to-do lists has made Virgin what it is...
by Business With Branson on Mar 7, 2016

How to Organize Your Entire Holiday Season!

Oh, man. It’s here already, isn’t it? I went to Target this week and it was twice as busy as it normally is, and it’s not even Thanksgiving!  Maybe I’m just a last minute gift buyer, but wow! There is SO much to do and keep t...
by The Bold Abode on Nov 14, 2015

GIVEAWAY POST: Another Shot at Carl’s Crew with Subway Canada — Getting My Life in Gear!

If you’ve followed the blog a while, you’ll probably remember Carl’s Crew with Subway Canada, an initiative I ran with last spring that saw me utterly fail at making changes to improve my life, focusing on nutrition, fitness and cha...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Sep 18, 2015

It’s A Small World After All

In a couple of weeks my crew and I will be heading for the sunny confines of Disneyworld. Besides the fact that for the first time ever I’ve been able to pay for my vacation ahead of time, I am looking forward to visiting the world of Peter Pan...
by Humoring The Goddess on Apr 23, 2015

Lynda – Managing To-Do Lists

Description: Discover top techniques for tracking to-dos on paper as well as apps for effectively managing your digital to-do lists. Organization expert Suzanna Kaye explains how to approach to-do lists and prioritize items using various proven techn...
by tutgfx on Apr 7, 2015

Do the Other Thing

Before I continue with part three of Exercise Routines!, which should ideally include some tasty ideas for planning your exercise, I’ll take a break and, like this post’s namesake, do the Other Thing! The past few weeks have been quite &#...
by Help Reuben Learn on Mar 31, 2015

Google Keep makes to-do lists easier to find with labels

If you're the type who maintains a massive amount of to-do lists and notes, you likely need a system to organize the things that keep you, well, organized. That's probably why Google has introduced labels for its Keep note-taking app on Android. It's...
by engadget on Mar 26, 2015

The 2015 100, Part 2: Low-Hanging Fruit — The Short-Term List

This year, I put my list of 100 together differently, looking to take care of home, self and the people around me before chasing after anything too extravagant, like going to SXSW or speaking at a TED Talk. 2014 taught me that baby steps exist for...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 26, 2015

The 2015 100, Part 2: Low-Hanging Fruit — The Short-Term List

This year, I put my list of 100 together differently, looking to take care of home, self and the people around me before chasing after anything too extravagant, like going to SXSW or speaking at a TED Talk. 2014 taught me that baby steps exist for...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 26, 2015

The Beauty of Bullet Journaling

I’m not a very organized person. I can organize other things – syllabi, dance events, travel itineraries, etc, but when it comes to my own personal living space and daily schedule, I’m not great at keeping track of things in …...
by Stories & Soliloquies on Jan 21, 2015

The 2015 100, Part 1 — The List

This year’s list of 100 goals turned out grossly different from I’d originally imagined. Technically, I finished the list on December 31st, trying to build something more reasonable than my 2013 list, of which I completed only 33, or my...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 20, 2015

The 2015 100, Part 1 — The List

This year’s list of 100 goals turned out grossly different from I’d originally imagined. Technically, I finished the list on December 31st, trying to build something more reasonable than my 2013 list, of which I completed only 33, or my...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 20, 2015

THE MONTHS OF ‘BER: On Leave

One of my day job’s benefits is the recognized value of both parents getting to spend some quality time with their newborn kid. With the quirks of my office job seemingly a world behind me, we’ve packed more in mere days than I would i...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Oct 19, 2014

THE MONTHS OF ‘BER: On Leave

One of my day job’s benefits is the recognized value of both parents getting to spend some quality time with their newborn kid. With the quirks of my office job seemingly a world behind me, we’ve packed more in mere days than I would i...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Oct 19, 2014

THE MONTHS OF BER: Once More, With FEELING.

And out of nowhere, like a dreaded cold that chills your bones, The Months of Ber have fallen upon us, signalling the time to check on our affairs and tie up loose ends wherever we can. With summer wrapped up but a wealth of work still sitting on my...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Sep 4, 2014

June 22nd, 2014 Blissfully Not Busy

June 22nd, 2014 Blissfully Not BusyEvery weekend I tell myself I'll get it done and every weekend we get to this point and it isn't done. I'm writing about the list of things I can do to enhance what I'm already doing. It's like having a demented coa...


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