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Focus: Clear the Clutter

Focus: Clear the Clutter

By Tim Skwiat, MEd, CSCS, Pn1

We live in a fast-paced world with myriad distractions. It’s easy to get caught up in “multi-tasking,” continually investing only your… 485 more words


Episode 259: Multi-Tasking or Mayhem?

Apparently us women are supposed to be pretty good at multitasking; I think I am to a point, especially when I’m on the phone. Sometimes I can be talking to my sister on the phone for an hour or more, so being able to get on with some other jobs at the same time can come in handy! 369 more words


A fly in the ointment.... why multi-tasking is bad for you

I read a great article today on multi-tasking – something I once prided myself on being an expert at!

In the article, Earl Miller, a neuroscientist at MIT and one of the world experts on divided attention states, 278 more words

The Multi-Tasking Life of a Student mother

Back from the shores of Africa after the funerals of my late parents, it has not been easy coping with my domestic and academic activities. Having to take care of a husband and two children: cooking food and feeding the family, doing laundry and cleaning the houses and yet attending lectures and completing the many course works and assignments I had missed when I was away to Nigeria not forgetting my school project which is knocking seriously on the door; it is stress, stress and stress. 215 more words


Confessions of a Stressed Out Sales Guy

If you don’t like stress don’t go into sales. It’s part of the job. Some people that are not in sales think it is an easy job with a lot of autonomy. 543 more words

Sales Management

RAM Manager Pro v7.1.8 Premium Apk

RAM Manager is application which optimizes the RAM of all Android devices and keep the best balance between enough free memory and running applications. This application is the best solution for all who have problem with the free memory, with the multitasking, with slow swapping between………Read More On… 8 more words


Please, Please, Please, Judge. Off.

I love reading other mum blogs. Especially those of the ‘honest parenting’ variety that I hope Neat Freak Mum peddles. Or tries to anyway.

It can be a bit overwhelming trying to juggle work and small people and blogging, but having a good ‘ole vent on here is indeed therapeutic stuff. 744 more words