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How to Prioritize Emails and Be More Productive

How to Prioritize Emails to Gain Productivity | BusyWifeBusyLife My best friend and I recently met up and the conversation somehow shifted to emails. My jaw almost fell to the floor when she told me that 60K unread emails lingered in her inbox. WTF? How does this happen? I currently have 23 emails waiting to be read and that bothers me. Our inboxes are flooded with newsletters, invites, bills, and actual important emails. Knowing which items require immediate action and which can be put on the back burner, will help you tackle tasks on your to-do list a lot quicker. Don't let your inbox get out of control. Here's how to prioritize emails and boost your productivity.

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Why Your Time is Money and How to Stop Wasting Both

How much is your time worthTime is our most valuable resource. But, we are all guilty of driving out of our way to get gas priced $.02 cheaper, taking on a home improvement project ourselves which end up doubling the time commitment, and going from store to store just to snag a few sale items. We sometimes fail to realize that the time we spend, often unnecessarily, can add up. It is often said that time is money, but how much is your time worth?

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How to Get Rid of Clutter and Organize Your Closet

Guest post from Organizational Specialist Rosemary Flannery Gorgeous Closet| BusywifeBusylife.comWhen we think about our fitness goals and how we feel on the outside, do we stop to assess how our lifestyle choices and home life make us feel on the inside? Instead of concentrating solely on your actual weight, consider lessening your possessions weight which can also benefit your health. Many articles have been written about the correlation between one’s physical health and the toll our wealth of ‘stuff’ takes on us. Which means it's time to buckle down and organize your closet. I can attest personally and from working with clients, that we feel so much better and lighter, once we have addressed areas in disarray that distressed us previously.

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