September is the new January
Yes, I am repeating myself. But, I love that we get so many fresh starts during the year. For me, it's January 1, my birthday, and then of course back-to-school time. I spoke about this in 2 recent blogs. So, this morning in the Wall Street Journal there was yet another article about getting a fresh start as the fall season nears. Read it here. Anne Marie Chaker says that September is a time for planning, budgeting and renewal. She says the shift from summer back to our routines makes life changes easier. People are inspired to clear out their closets and garages of toys and clothing. Women are ready to change their look. There is a new commitment to fitness. Grocery store sales even improve as people plan meals again and aim to eat better. What are you waiting for? Feel free to contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org, and I can help you get organized, purge unnecessary items, and join the movement!