An Organized School Year In 10 Easy Steps by Sherrie Le Masurier
... Plan non-perishables like drinks and snacks a week or two ahead. Make sandwiches once a week and freeze or prepare them the night before. Plan breakfast the night before. Save time in the morning by setting the kitchen table in advance and making cereal and bread available to those who are ready first. Set your alarm clock earlier. Trying to get yourself and everyone else ready at same time in the morning only breeds panic. Do yourself a favor by rising half an hour before everyone else.
Working At Home With Toddlers by Elaine K. Stephen
... For example: When lunch hour is up and my son doesn’t want me to go back to work, I explain, “If Mommy doesn’t work at home we wouldn’t get to spend lunch hour together at all because Mommy would have to go to an office building everyday and you would have to go to a babysitter‘s everyday. Please allow Mommy to go back to work now so I can continue to have lunch hour with you every day. Thank you for being such a good boy for Mommy.” Say please and thank you!
Gesta - The "One Weekend" Diet by Alan Rosca
... The menu from the first day is the same for lunch and morning. For dinner, eat seven ounces of boiled fish and a bowl of vegetables. Before bedtime, eat a yogurt with a teaspoon of honey. To read the rest of this article, go to ProjectWeightLoss.com an online weight loss community featuring calorie counter, carbs counter, BMI calculator, diet planner, workout planner and nutritional information. (c) ProjectWeightLoss.com 2007.
Gucci Lady, Flight Attendants, And My Three New Friends by Rich DiGirolamo
... We ate fried chicken and Subway sandwiches for lunch during our two days together. I don't eat fried chicken. I did one of those days. I brought them beignets on our second morning together. You would think I gave them gold nuggets. Appreciation was abundant. And then I got thinking Gucci Lady is whining about moisturizer. Flight Attendants are whining about schedules. We complain when our wireless cable is out for an hour. I myself broke down the other morning and called hotel security at ...
Computer Training, or "Would You Like Fries With That?" by Albert Medinas
... Well, you can always find time for computer training after you get laid-off and don’t have to worry about that irritating job thing for awhile - after all, it does eat up 40 hours a week (or more). However, if you want to stay ahead of the game and not play catch-up, online computer training schools may be your best option. Are you nuts? Those online places are a joke, right? I mean, what employer is going to give me a job because of some certificate from a school that doesn’t exist - ...
Increasing Brain Power by Tim Bryce
... WORK - 8 HOURS Based on studies we have performed on time management, we have found most people in corporate offices to be approximately 70% effective, meaning in an eight hour work day, they are spending about six hours on direct work assignments, and two hours on indirect activities (time that doesn't contribute directly to their assignments; e.g., breaks, meetings, taking instruction or direction, etc.) PERSONAL TIME - 8 HOURS This represents time where we perform pet projects and ...
Can Fast-Food really be Healthy Food? by Jack Prime
... Unless you have taken the time to prepare a packed lunch (as well as the kids!), it is highly likely that at some time or other, you will find yourself visiting a fast-food restaurant. Most people know that fast-food does not mean healthy food and the typical fare served by these establishments are real diet and health busters. Giant burgers with cheese, bacon and dressings, fried chicken and steaks, pizzas loaded with cheese, burritos and tacos all washed down with large or extra-large ...
Weight Loss One Step at a Time by Kory Doszpoly
... Until that happens, which takes about an hour and a half or so, you might find yourself craving sweets and fatty foods. I found that the first few days were rough. After that, I was fine as long as I kept the snacks out of my sight. In addition, I still get to eat whatever I want one day a week. There are no time-consuming preparations to make or cooking to do. All I have to do is show up at the Subway® Restaurant down the road and pick whatever I feel like having.