How many projects do you have open?  Ever begin a new one while there was still sooo much left to do on the others?  Because you had to, right?  If you’re anything like me, you have multiple projects going at one time, most of them somewhere just below or above the halfway mark of getting done.  They’re sitting there, lounging about in various stages of undress, thumbing their noses at you and beckoning the rest of the world to have a looksee at how disorganized you are….

…Or is that only me?

I've written before about being organized in your workplace from a time management standpoint.  But have you ever thought of the environment you work in as a representation of energy? Whether you understand the Law of Attraction or have never heard of it, consider this.

Getting in touch with your intuition is increasingly important these days for reducing stress from information overload.
  • Should you look at your Facebook feed tonight?
  • Which movie in your huge "to watch" list online do you view?
  • Which book in your increasing "to read" digital list do you read?
  • How about which websites, emails, classes or online groups should you visit, read, attend or join?
The list is endless and only getting longer as the digital age grows more flexible and accessible in our daily lives.

"Stress is basically a disconnection from the earth, a forgetting of the breath. Stress is an ignorant state. It believes that everything is an emergency. Nothing is that important. Just lie down."~ Natalie Goldberg

Today stress reared its ugly head. It wasn’t fun. It didn’t feel good. It was vented. It was not judged by another, it was just released. It did, however, happen. Sometimes things happen in life. We each have a series of triggers created in our past experiences that can be a reactive force in our lives.  That is human. It is what we do with the stress that is important. Many of us, including myself, have aimed our stress at another with blame. Many suppress and suffer through.

Is your home cluttered?  Your car?  Your closets?  Your garage?

Someone once asked Charles Fillmore (author of the book PROSPERITY) what he believed the greatest obstacle to prosperity was for most people.

He answered without a moment's hesitation.