Carving Out A Life

As if Baby Boomers need a reminder for this hq BFO

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HQ, the paperwork of life, one of Life’s 5 Big Choices


As if Baby Boomers need a reminder for this hq BFO – blinding flash of the obvious:

The paperwork of life doesn’t stop until we die.

Being decently organized is the best strategy for handling the constant unplanned events in life.

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This month I’m inviting the Mid Life Celebration community to follow all five daily blogs about work life balance. It couldn’t be easier to go from this HQ blog to the mental attitude blog , just click -> go to Next Blog



When Your Life Changes

How to tell if you’ll be buried alive?

find systems and processes that work for what you have

Having a full-time career involving travel, being a parent, spouse, running a small startup entrepreneurial business, volunteering, exercising, studying, managing a host of other things….it’s easy to get behind and eventually to get buried.

Truly, developing systems and processes to get and stay decently organized is a matter of survival.

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Uncommon Sense

Where Do You Organize The Paperwork Of Your Life?

Yes, it was scary moving the desk from it's 17-year resting place.

Does our personal life deserve an oak desk and a nice leather chair? Or maybe a private room with a door? And a window view? There are as many variations to organizing our paperwork as there are people. I’ve found the key is to keep experimenting and improving.

Insight: A huge improvement was moving our desk 10 feet across the floor. Now, instead of facing a wall, I look out the second floor window. This only took 17 years to discover.

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