B”H Chodesh Tov, Ladies! Over the past few months, I’ve gotten numerous emails asking “how I do it all”. First of all, the answer to the question of how I do it all is, “I don’t!” I don’t do it all. I outsource and delegate, a lot! Why? Because I think it’s better to allocate my time to the things that: are really important to me, only I can do
B”H B”H I read less in February, but I read! Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverted Kids Since I loved the precursor to this book so much (I told you about it here), I decided to read the version that Susan Cain wrote for kids and teens. I wanted to know if I should let my kids read it and I was excited that they would have access to
B”H Recently, I told a life coach what I aim to achieve professionally in 2019. I figured she would ask me to write down all my goals and break them into details. To my surprise, she said, “No, first I want you to write down all the things you will say ‘No’ to over the course of the year.” Quickly and proudly, I shared with her all the different
B”H I’m sure many of you are familiar with the recent research in the financial services industry which shows women to be better investors than men. On aggregate, women still invest less than men, but apparently when we do invest, we fare better. Among the reasons noted are: women tend to trade less during market upheavals; women tend to tie their investments to their particular goals; and finally, women are
B”H Many of you have asked about my reading list. So let’s see if I can do a monthly share. Here’s what I read in January. Off the Clock: Fell Less Busy While Getting More Done Off the Clock makes a great point of why it’s important to carve out moments where we feel like we’re “off the clock” and how to realistically do that, while still getting things done!
B”H This blog post is long overdue. My second daughter had her 9th birthday back in November and it was such a nice event. Birthdays around here are a big production in many ways. They are not extravagant or expensive, BUT we put a lot of effort on finding a Jewish theme and making sure the party is not just about the physical elements, but also about some deeper concepts.
B”H You know I’m boring and I make the same things pretty much every year, right? I’m a creature of habit, what can I do. If it works, why change it! :-) This year, I’m happy to report that I already made my brisket and it’s sitting in my freezer. So are many of my deserts. Then it dawned on me that I’ve never showed you the brisket recipe that
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B”H How are your spiritual preparations for Tishrei going? Remember this post on the Spiritual Time Audit? In tandem, we can’t forget that whether we like it or not, Tishrei requires us to prepare physically speaking, BIG TIME! Enter, my friends at Beyond the Balagan and their awesome Tishrei Bundle! These ladies have taken Tishrei prep to a whole new level and I’m so GRATEFUL! And so will you! Wait till
B”H Chodesh Tov! It’s Rosh Chodesh Elul – the last month of our spiritual fiscal year! Following the advice of a friend, I recently did a time audit, and I loved the process. I logged what I did every 15 minutes of my 168 hour week! I did this for 2 weeks. It’s super revealing! After you’ve logged your time, you look at the blocks of time by category and