My wife and I recently had a long discussion about how many books we should pack for a trip. I usually tend to read more when traveling, so I usually pack one book for every two days’ worth of a trip.
So, let’s say we go on a ten day trip. That would mean five books. Does it make sense to tote that many books back and forth?
Our idea is this.
Ever felt unmotivated and simply not in the mood to do anything?Yeah, me too. Even though I'm always motivated and all ready to take action on my goals, I have times when I feel disconnected with my inner muse. No matter whether you are Seth Godin or Robert Kiyosaki, all of us have our own down times where we don't feel like doing anything. It happens.
If you’ve spent any time in the creative field, you’ve probably received quite a few calls for entries. Maybe you’ve even entered a few industry awards competitions. Or maybe you’re still thinking about it.
You might be wondering if taking the considerable amount of time to prepare an entry, in addition to paying what can sometimes be a hefty entry fee, is it feasible.
Reader Stephanie is in the process of making over her children’s playroom and wrote to me asking for some organizing help. She is specifically having problems finding ways to store those small, easily misplaced, choke-able pieces of games and toys.
Materials: Sniglar Changing Table
Description: Before we had our baby, I had planned on her sleeping in her crib from the start. Yeah, I should have known better. The first night home we set up the hand-me-down pack-n-play in our bedroom and attempted to let her sleep in that. I think I made it through 2 night feedings before I gave in and put her in our bed.
So, here we are at the final stop in our three part series.
In Daily Practices That Fuel Epic Journeys, we learned how powerful Building-In Space away from a challenge is in finding a breakout solutions.
As a man who foresees a lot of travel in his future, I’ve become interested in ways to save on airfare, hotels, and so on. (I’ve also become obsessed with packing light, but that’s another story.) No surprise then that I was keen to receive the June issue of Consumer Reports, which contains eight pages of info on this very subject.
Regular FreelanceSwitch writer Thursday Bram has just released her latest book, The Freelance Writer’s Guide to Passive Income, and we were lucky enough to score a big discount for our readers over the next couple of days.
The Freelance Writer’s Guide to Passive Income is an ebook for freelance writers who are just starting to explore passive income opportunities and want to get starte
Once again we return to our So You Want My Job series, in which we interview men who are employed in desirable jobs and ask them about the reality of their work and for advice on how men can live their dream.
Today we hear from Zach Williams who is a professional farrier.
Last week, we opened a competition for readers to win a copy of The Wealthy Freelancer.
To enter, all you had to do is leave a comment with the freelancing tip you believe has made the most impact on your ability to earn a great income, and you had the chance to be one of free readers to win a copy and have your tip posted on the blog.
Today we’ve chosen the winners, and their tips are be
It’s been a long time since I share links to other sites. That’s a shame, because there’s a lot of great stuff out there. Lately, I’ve been impressed with some articles from some of your fellow GRS readers.
For example, Tim at the Seattle Bubble blog just posted an article on misguided ethics and walking away from a mortgage.
Materials: Expedit, Lack, Antonius etc
Description: I was long looking for a suitable solution for my growing music homestudio. I never found one that really fitted my needs...so i decided to make one myself!
I bought 2 EXPEDIT shelv units, 3 short LACK wall shelves, 2 inserts with drawers and 2 inserts with a door.