Welcome to the February 29, 2008 edition of organize your life.
Tip Diva presents Top Ten Tips – Fixing Electrical Appliances posted at Tip Diva, saying, “Do you have an appliance that has just stopped working and you don’t feel like shelling out $100 for a new one? There are some simple faults you can check that might give your appliance a new lease of life.”
Rob Moshe presents Live Your Best Life By Serving Others posted at Rob Schaumer, saying, “This is not necessarily a fitting post for your carnival. Once the project starts, each day I will recognize a fellow blogger that “Helped”"
John Crenshaw presents The Biggest Scam Your Bank Gets Away With Everyday posted at Truthful Lending dot Com, saying, “This little known scam accounts for a huge portion of fees paid to banks every year and is going on right under your nose. The worst part is, it’s completely legal.”
Life. Money. Development. presents Acquiring the Habits of Highly Successful Students posted at Life. Money. Development., saying, “Expanding on how to hone our learning skills. Useful for school, business and life in general”
The rest of the carnival is below the cut.
Jose DeJesus MD presents Checklists Can Improve Clinical and Business Processes posted at Physician Entrepreneur.
John Crenshaw presents Paying Off Your Mortgage – Will It Save You Money? posted at Truthful Lending dot Com, saying, “There’s been quite a bit of debate lately over whether or not you should pay off your mortgage or invest any extra money. This article explores the different mortgage payoff methods and will help you decide which, if any, are right for you.”
PublicFlirt presents Improve your success in dating and relationships. posted at FeedBulletin for: financialbullet, saying, “How to use compliments with women to improve your success in dating and relationships.”
Warren Wong presents What Commiting To Something Means And Why You Should Do It posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Here are good reasons why you shouldn’t be afraid of commitment.”
Tea Party Girl presents Would You Help Me Answer a Question? posted at Tea Party Girl, saying, “I would like to turn the tables.Instead of offering advice, I would love to receive some feedback from your readers. What is the number one problem they face running a home?”
Carole Fogarty presents The easy way to acquire mental peace: posted at THE HEALTHY LIVING LOUNGE, saying, “Your stuff demands your time, attention and consumes your mental activity. Play my “I’m moving overseas game” and welcome mental peace.”
Tip Diva presents Top Ten Tips – Finding Lost Items posted at Tip Diva, saying, “If you’re like Tip Dude, you spend your life constantly looking for stuff like: wallet, keys, iPod, credit card, checks, that important receipt, socks, and cell phone. While Tip Dude can’t tell you how to avoid losing them in the first place, he can tell you how to make most things magically reappear.”
Tip Diva presents Top Ten Tips – Building A Personal Library posted at Tip Diva, saying, “Tip Diva loves reading and one day dreams of a house lined with shelves and shelves of books. She’s started to acquire quite a collection of her favorite books, and here’s how you, too, can build your own personal library.”
darryl heron presents Dealing With All Your Dirty Laundry posted at Systems Overload, saying, “This post talks about how separating your dirty laundry as you go can really help keep things under control.”
Sarah Bray presents Getting Things Done at Today’s Homemaker posted at Today’s Homemaker, saying, “I’ve recently written on a series on Getting Things Done for the modern home dweller. It really encompasses every area of life — not just household maintenance — but it’s written with that audience in mind. It looks like it would be a good fit in this carnival. Let me know if you need more information!”
GP presents It Takes Strength to take a Risk « Innside Montana-Your Home at the Range posted at Innside Montana-Your Home at the Range, saying, “Courage is like a muscle. Just as you wouldn’t run 10 miles your first week out – you don’t have to begin building courage by running the NY Marathon”
Frederic Patenaude presents http://www.fredericpatenaude.com/livingnaturally.html posted at fredericpatenaude, saying, “tips to help you self improve your life.”
GreatManagement presents What I learnt From One Of The UK’s Best Selling Business Authors posted at The GreatManagement Blog, saying, “This idea is that you describe your future life in the present tense.”
Nick Pagan presents The “How to Do” List posted at Nick Pagan, saying, “A to do list just doesn’t go far enough in helping you to do things. In order to break things down into an easy way of getting things done then use the ‘How To Do List’ to work out the whole process to getting something done and boost your productivity”
Raymond presents The Perils and Pitfalls Of Switching To Automatic Bill Payment posted at Money Blue Book.
Jirel presents Learning to live with the present posted at Positive and Successful Life Style tips, saying, “The moment we are at this time is the most valuable in our life and I myself always try to utilize this time to get maximum output from my life though I know past and future are equally important for successful life. But past had happened in the past. We can’t go there because time always continues to go on. Future will be there waiting for us. We can make most of our future if only we make most of today. So comparatively the most do utilize time is present.”
David B. Bohl presents If You Don?t Do It Now, You?ll Regret It Later posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “I’m a relatively happy guy, but sometimes I can get pretty out of sorts. Usually that is related to something I’ve been meaning to do, or always wanted to do. Something, of course, that remains on my “to do” list, and never quite makes it to my did list.”
American Entrepreneur presents Q & A: How to Keep Up With Small Business Growing Pains posted at American Small Business News.
ProjectsPossible presents ClearContext IMS Review – How to Manage Email | Projects Possible posted at Projects Possible, saying, “Declutter Email”
Tiffany Colter presents Lesson Learned and How I got here posted at Writing Career Coach, saying, “This blog discusses how to have success beginning from the first day of this new year, and how technology is changing the way books are made and sold!”
Raymond presents Get Organized and More Efficient By Going Paperless posted at Money Blue Book.
Marius presents Getting things done, and have your inbox empty in 2 steps. Time management system for email inbox based on S. Covey’s philosophy posted at Balanced Personal Development – Marius Čivilis.
David B. Bohl presents Do You Make The Mistake Of ODing On Self Help? posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “I love self-help books. But I’m a little concerned that some people seem to always be reading the latest self-help book and saying things like, “This is the book for me. This is what I’m going to do to change my life.””
Ralph Jean-Paul presents Bounce Back After Failure posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, “Some of the most successful people in the world credit their success to a failure they’ve experienced. Bounce back from your failure and you might become one of them. Learn about the different types of failures and how to recover from them successfully.”
Anmol Mehta presents The Art of Spiritual Time Management posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, “The art of spiritual time management to help you with your spiritual evolution, as well as your life.”
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