Crucial call to action to save the Clean Air Act from 1skycampaign on Vimeo.
This Thursday June 10, the U.S. Senate will vote on Senator Lisa Murkowski's (R-AK) "Dirty Air Act" resolution. The vote is, sadly, too close to call -- and we need your help! The "Dirty Air Act" resolution would gut the Clean Air Act's ability to crack down on the dirtiest climate polluters like Big Oil and Dirty Coal.
Today we’re pleased to announce that we’re giving away a special FreelanceSwitch business card template to help you get started with your freelance switch!
The cards are attractive, yet versatile enough to be customized for any freelance profession.
Materials: Morrum Twin Loft Bed
Description: We bought this bed for our son and it gave him storage space and an area for his desk. Now that he's a teen he can barely climb up without hitting the ceiling. Instead of springing for a brand new bed, we gave the old loft bed a hack.
This is the third entry in a fourteen part series discussing the time management classic Getting Things Done by David Allen. New entries in this series will appear on Tuesday afternoons and Friday mornings through July 16.
Last time, we looked at the five stages of a healthy task and information management workflow (collect, process, organize, review, do).
Description: ANEBODA wardrobe with extra shelf, space for belts and ties, metal file dividers on top, and other MIKAEL features.
Basically, I wanted to incorporate the space-saving features of the MIKAEL desk (discontinued and replaced by the inferior MICKE) into my aging, wobbly ANEBODA.
Materials: Lack bedside table, some 15x15mm wood, speaker cloth, four small cabinet door magnets
1) Make a wooden frame to match the inner measurements of the Lack bedside table.
2) Measure out and add the magnets.
3) Stretch speaker cloth over the frame.
~ Torbjørn Vatn, Oslo, Norway
What is the one area of your home or office that is cluttered up more than the other areas? How long has it been this way? Why have you been avoiding tackling this area? Does the thought of improving the cluttered area overwhelm you? Are you delaying making decisions about the stuff in the cluttered area?
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Karol Gajda of RidiculouslyExtraordinary.com and How To Live Anywhere.
If your goal is to start a small online business that replaces and exceeds your current income this may be the most important article you read this year.
Here’s the deal: I’ve been working online full time for almost 10 years, since age 19.
Last week, my buddy, Charlie Gilkey of ProductiveFlourishing.com, asked me to share my top 3 or 4 marketing and business posts with him. I sent him a link or two from my blog, a handful from others…and a link to the below video of Stevie Ray Vaughan playing “Lenny.”
My question to you is…why?
The polls that appear in the Get Rich Slowly sidebar are far from scientific, and a lot of the time they don’t yield anything interesting. But sometimes they turn out a curious piece of information.
At the end of April, the poll question asked, “How many months to do you have in your emergency fund?” This was the same question posed in mid-January.