When holiday ads start bombarding your children before Halloween, it can be difficult to keep their focus and attention on what’s important. Just ask yourself, which is more fun: Making a holiday wish list or studying for upcoming exams? Face it—it’s hard to compete.
But with the right organizational tools and planning, you can help your children maintain their schedules and end the year as successful students.
Use our tips below to keep your children focused amidst holiday lights, Christmas music and sugar-filled cookies Continue reading 6 Tips to Keep Your Kids Focused During the Holiday Season
Early this Sunday—2 AM on November 3, to be precise—Daylight Savings Time for 2013 comes to an end, which means we get to “fall back” an hour. (I believe I just heard a collective sigh of relief from everyone…)
An extra hour in the day is any productivity expert’s dream. There is so much you can do with that time ranging from catching up on household chores to getting ahead with work projects…or just taking a little personal time. Any way you look at it, the extra hour is bound to help you and, in turn, your productivity in some way.
Have you thought about what you can do with your extra hour this Sunday? If not, or if you’re still undecided on how to best use your time, we’ve provided 13 suggestions for 2013 that will help you take advantage of this small gift of time. Continue reading If Only I Had an Extra Hour…Oh Wait, I DO!
The Job Search Contact Routine
In your post-college job search, you must create a series of daily activities that increases your focus and chances of success. Use these steps in your daily job search routine.