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Taking Risks for Our Children

A creative mind requires a wide array of experiences. Each experience opportunity comes with risk. Ahhh risk. In the short 5 months that I have been a mother, I feel that this is one of the big daily conundrums that every parent faces. 1,153 more words

Parenting Mantras

The Many Benefits of Decluttering Your Workstation

I am a huge proponent of maintaining clean and simple work surfaces, whether it is my art table, kitchen counter, or desk at work. I like the act the of intentionally taking out something to focus on without being weighed down or distracted by excess clutter around me. 580 more words

Decluttering & Simplifying

School Organization, Part 1: Bullet Journal + Passion Planner = Yes

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My To Do List is Ruining My Life!

I am COMPLETELY overwhelmed!

My to do list has 24 things on it and ALL of them needed to be done like YESTERDAY!  I am tired and I am frazzled… 453 more words


MBVELEZ’S MAR [15-04]: Prioritization of Patients

Medical Anecdotal Report
Indexing Title: MBVELEZ’S MAR
MAR Title: Prioritization of Patients

Date of Medical Observation: April 2015
Tag: Learning which patients to prioritize under worse circumstances… 776 more words


The Competing Interests Model

Not long ago, I talked about the well known Time-Cost-Quality Paradigm, and how it applies to both firearms and training. I want to revisit that concept, because I’ve come across something else that I think is an even better way to look at it. 744 more words


Thoughts on prioritization

Almost all of us know the lifestyle habits that are in our best interest to adopt for a better chance at living longer and more fulfilled lives. 1,581 more words