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Are you feeling overwhelmed by your workspace? Drowning in clutter?  Overflowing emails? No room to breathe?  Me too! I’ve made a checklist of 10 things that I can do in 10(ish) minutes to declutter my workspace: Email: Delete or archive … Continue reading

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Monday is the toughest day of the week for me.  The dread of what awaits me at the office, the unpredictable traffic, and let us not forget the bitter, cold mornings that have arrived in the “upper south”, or as … Continue reading

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I’ve worked long enough to know that the “pile system” doesn’t work, procrastination leads to disaster, and being reactive increases stress.   Through trial and error, I found five ways to save time and increase productivity. 1.  Evaluate Your Work … Continue reading

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“God has designed work as the common denominator for the Christian and non-Christian, and the job is the place where the Christian must meet the non-Christian world.” Mary Whelchel

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There are mothers who work out of necessity not desire. Mothers who are unfulfilled in the workplace, who feel emptiness, sadness, stress and even anger. Whose hearts are at home and whose desire is to serve God and their family. … Continue reading

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Let’s face it, being a mom is tough! Being a working mom is tougher. Not only do we take care of all of our God given responsibilities as wife and mother (Gen. 3:18; Proverbs 31:10-31; Titus 2: 3-5;), we also … Continue reading

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