Getting Organized

I went to Dollar Tree today to get some office supplies… I have always been of the mind that most office supplies work the same to get and keep you organized whether they cost $1 or $5 or $20. And, so far, my philosophy has worked very well. I don’t spend much on my supplies and they work very well. Plus, I have found some really cute things like pencil cases and binders at the dollar store – not all of them are meant for kids!

After spending some time getting (mostly) organized, I finished writing up a post on my new business site/blog that I had started earlier. I am happy with how it turned out. Check it out: 8 Benefits of Blogging for Businesses & How I Can Help

I still have quite a bit more work to do today and the regular hotspot that I have been using hasn’t been working so I have been using the mobile hotpot through my cell. So far it hasn’t been draining my data too bad so this may be an option for me as long as I don’t go too overboard with using it frivolously. I will still have to add more data throughout the month but it may actually end up being cheaper than the $60/month I pay for the hotspot I was using for the laptop separate of the data on my phone before. We will see what happens!

I also want to spend more time on Perfectly Posh stuff. I am sadly lacking in that and I feel bad because I used to really enjoy it. I miss it so much! There is an incentive going on right now and my goal is to at LEAST reach Pink in the incentive. That isn’t too hard, right? Right?

Anyway, I have to get back to work so I don’t keep wasting my data. I probably won’t post here again until after the holiday so I hope everyone has a great Christmas Eve and Christmas!

Something I Am Proud Of: Finding a solution to my internet problems so I can still work!

Three Things I Am Grateful For:

  • My organizational skills
  • My problem solving skills
  • My ability to look deep within myself to find out who I truly am
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About Krysha Thayer

Krysha Thayer is a graduate of the undergraduate English and Creative Writing program at Southern New Hampshire University where she concentrated her studies in fiction writing. She enjoys crocheting; spending time with her dog, Kasey; and, supporting her husband, Quay, from home as he has a very demanding job. Krysha lives in Vermont's beautiful Champlain Valley.

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