Category Archives for Productivity

Organize Your Business Systems For The New Year

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Here’s a good list of things to do for your business this month…

This is a lengthy post intended for the first of December but missed its deadline. It didn’t feel “perfect” enough. I’m going to stop trying to be perfect in 2017. And so, before 2016 ends, I’m pushing this one out as is, imperfections and all. Hope you enjoy it and find new things to help with your business in 2017.

Are your freelancing business systems organized for 2017?

Have you tamed your inbox or organized your swipe files yet? Do you have a standardized way of managing your business systems?

While most people like to clean things out and organize stuff in the spring, I love doing it in the winter. Just before Christmas and New Year’s. It’s a slow time for freelancers anyway.

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Perhaps 2017 Is a Good Time To Change Directions

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Ever feel like you’re just spinning your wheels?

Lately, I don’t know what it is. The holidays, the cold air or constant craving for sweets and a nap but I’ve been feeling less motivated to manage my freelancing business this season.

I can’t be the only one that feels like this.

I want to change directions in 2017. I find the whole process of blogging to be tedious and time-consuming. Deep down I know blogging wasn’t supposed to be this way. I also think that social media has become something like a jealous boyfriend who makes you feel guilty for not being there constantly to respond to every tweet and comment.

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8 Ways Singles Can Save At The Grocery Store

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Your grocery bill is one of the few items on your personal budget that can be modified.

Grocery shopping on a budget is a challenge for anyone (single or family) and the grocery needs of a family will be different from that of a single person.

Before I made my journey from Consumer to Saver, I was spending around $600-$800 a month on food – just for me! I’ve managed to keep my bill down to about $300 a month using these steps.

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