How to Get Back On Top of Your Routine and Enjoy Your Summer

The last year or so has been one filled with obstacles, adjustment periods, worries, and even loss. Thankfully the vaccine is helping people move forward with their lives, and the world is starting to go “back to normal.”  ...

De-Clutter and De-Stress: A Motto for Spring Cleaning

With the change of season comes a reset of home life, and when we talk about spring cleaning, the question on everyone’s mind is: Where to begin? This is our four-week guide on efficiently checking every nook and cranny off your ...

Annual Tasks: Five Things to Mark Off Your List this March

Some tasks only need to be done once or twice a year. In this new world of work-life balance from home, we forget to do them because work became life.  Below are our top five things to mark off your list this March to get the work done ...

Six Virtual Tools To Help Keep You and Your Family Organized in 2021

Organizing calendar events, grocery lists, class schedules and work to-dos can be overwhelming. Luckily in 2021, we have some helpful technology to keep on top of it. The following are some of our favorite virtual tools to help keep ...

How to Delegate When You’re Used to Doing it All Yourself

As people grow in their careers, they learn how to delegate. It’s not possible to be a successful manager if you do everything yourself. Great leaders teach others and help them build competencies in key areas. In doing so, these ...

What’s Your Time Worth?

Years ago, a friend of mine was trying to justify hiring a housecleaning service. Anna struggled because she thought she “should” do the work herself. After all, her home was small and many of her friends had no problem keeping their ...

Decision Paralysis: Why it Happens and How You Can Overcome It

One of my newer clients, Leslie*, reached out to me after realizing she had problems getting things done at home. The biggest obstacle was not one single project, but rather the inability to make any headway on her to-do list. Leslie ...

Our Advice to Parents on Managing Remote Learning

The first day of school has come and gone, and it looks very different for students and parents. In the Seattle area, we have shifted to remote learning for the foreseeable future. Working parents are trying to tackle all of the ...

How to Celebrate Your Grad During the Stay-at-Home Order

Since the outbreak of coronavirus, many states are being encouraged to shelter in place and practice social distancing. Events such as prom, graduation and Senior trips are  being cancelled to keep everyone safe — but this doesn’t mean ...

What to Know About Mental Load

If you’ve ever sat down to complete a task while at the same time dealing with the stress of planning out several other things, you’ve experienced the invisible, seemingly endless work called “mental load.” Mental load is the sum of ...