What "To Do"?

In my experience, the simplest way to take control of time is by creating a daily “to do” list. Every morning I write down the few most important tasks needed to get done that day. Prioritize what really is most important. Try not to get overly ambitious: an over-stuffed list can be just as daunting and stressful as a scattered mind. 

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Let It Out And Get Inside Your Head

My mind is always racing, but it was nice to hear hers was too.  I didn't share all that was going on in my head because I didn't want to burden her with it.  I wanted to protect her from the swirling tornado of thoughts that goes on in there all the time.  Okay, maybe not when I'm watching football, but heck she escapes into Grey's Anatomy.  But I digress.

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CAN Do Finances

This month here at The Dad Habit is all about starting.  For many of you this may be the hardest part, especially when it comes to finances.  Digging through the bills and budgeting can seem like a mountain larger than Everest, but it doesn't have to be that way.  So we've come up with three easy steps to show you that you CAN get started with cleaning up your finances.

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