Chris Glover


Tips for Reducing Stress By Getting Organized

One of the best ways to reduce stress is to get organized. Getting organized can reduce your stress levels because it can end the last-minute scrambling in various situations. Getting organized can also feel empowering and exciting, rather than taxing, making it more likely that you will stick to it in the long run.

In practice, getting organized can seem more difficult than it initially sounds. For someone already overwhelmed, they may wonder how organized they need to be, how to know if they’re organized enough, or what are the most important areas to organize.


Maximize Your Tax Savings With These Donations

The holidays are all about giving, and many people donate more of their time and money during this season than any other. Being a charitable person has many benefits, such as greater happiness, lower stress levels, and increased self-esteem. In addition to these benefits, donors can make their gifts tax-deductible.


Family-Friendly Activities for the Summer

It’s hard enough to plan your family’s summer activities without a pandemic, but with the pandemic, it’s infinitely harder. When it comes to family activities during this difficult time, you have to be careful with what plans you make. Here are five activities you can participate in with your family this summer that allows you to practice social distancing and keep you and your family healthy.


5 Tips for Getting Organized as a Busy Parent

Without a schedule, keeping track of a busy family can quickly get out of hand. Sometimes, even if you have a schedule it can still feel hectic and overwhelming, if you’re not well-organized. Whether you’re dealing with one child, children from a blended household, or a collection of children and furry family members, it’s imperative to stay organized. Here are five tips to help you get better organized.


Save Time and Reduce Stress by Meal Planning

Leaving work and realizing that you have no idea what’s for dinner, can be stressful – especially for parents! And there’s nothing more aggravating than finally deciding what you’re going to make for dinner, only to realize you’re missing ingredients and have to run to the grocery store!

Meal planning is a productivity hack that helps prevent stress, saves money, promotes a healthy lifestyle, and gives you more time with your family.