Learning how to make life changes that allow us to manage our time is important to healthy living. Better managing your time leads to less stress and more time doing what you love. In 2011, I made a major life change when I quit my job and started my own business. Now I control my time and enjoy traveling with my husband, Keith.
My goal for this section is to provide tips so you can do the same.
I use this all-purpose knife to cut fruits and veggies for my smoothies!
Flexible cutting mats are very useful. Have you ever cut up an onion and when you went to add it to the pan some onion would end up on the floor? I no longer have to scrape my onions into the pan. With a flex cutting mat, you can roll it up to prevent any food getting away from you.
Okay… I know. This is not a gadget. I couldn’t help myself, I love subscriptions! The Butcher Box has been an amazing find. Top quality meat with an interesting story to share. I can find tons of ways to use my kitchen gadgets when I order from them.
I love my kitchen shears! I can cut poultry, meat, and fish for clean and easy prep!
Slice and twist your food and present top chef worthy dishes with the Kitchen Twister Slicer.
I love my GreenLife frying pans! They are durable, easy to clean, cook evenly, and are dishwasher safe!
Technology makes it easier for us to tackle our ever growing to-do lists. Sometimes technology is more of a time stealer and takes away our ability to live in the moment. When I am spending precious time with my mom, she often admonishes me with a, “Can’t you put your phone down for two seconds?”
I am starting to realize that technology creates a false sense of urgency. Does this sound familiar?
If you don’t learn to clear your brain, eventually exhaustion, anxiety and burn-out will rule your days. I started doing some research and developed a 4 technique process called a Brain Dump. Start practicing these methods outlined in this blog as soon as possible. It will change your mindset, lead to increased productivity, and let you truly enjoy time with your family. (read more…)