10-Hours (or 10-Days) To A Spotless and Organized Kitchen

Written by Maria Marsala, Business and Life Coach

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Day 6 ~~Spend an hour cleaningrepparttar cabinets closest torepparttar 117732 dishwasher. Reline them with new shelving paper, if necessary. ~~Find covers for any pots, pans, Tupperware andrepparttar 117733 like. Put any object that doesn't have a cover in a bag.

Day 7 ~~Find a piece of paper and take everything out ofrepparttar 117734 bag you've saved from day six. ~~Write downrepparttar 117735 name ofrepparttar 117736 product (Revereware, Farberware, Tupperware, Rubbermaid, etc.) and measurements (2 quarts, 8 inches, etc.). Or do what I prefer. Drawrepparttar 117737 outline ofrepparttar 117738 pot, cover, or container on a piece of paper withrepparttar 117739 product's name inrepparttar 117740 middle ofrepparttar 117741 circle. ~~Spendrepparttar 117742 rest ofrepparttar 117743 hour cleaning and reorganizingrepparttar 117744 cabinets.

Day 8 ~~Today is Kitchen Floor Day. 'Nuff said ~~Cleanrepparttar 117745 windows. Take measurements for a second set of curtains.

Day 9 ~~Make a trip to Goodwill, Salvation Army, or your favorite thrift store to findrepparttar 117746 covers (or bottoms) of pots, rubber goods, etc. You'll be surprised what you can find for between 69c-$2.00! ~~And look for a second set of curtains to use, too.

Day 10 ~~Go torepparttar 117747 store. Buy yourself some flowers, a candle, or something to celebrate! ~~Go home, place a chair inrepparttar 117748 middle ofrepparttar 117749 kitchen floor and enjoy all you have accomplished!

Copyright 2002 Maria Marsala is an internationally known coach, author, and speaker. A former Wall Street trader and manager, she is the author of the ebook "Thinking of Starting a Business... Let's Talk About What's Next." Subscribe to her free ezine "Helping You and Your Business Grow" at http://www.coachmaria.com/ebook/download.html

Go Beyond The Headlines and Hype - Do Your Due Diligence!

Written by Gordon Bellows

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Example 4 - Unemployed Man Earns $21,500 in 3 Weeks!

Does this headline make you want to know more? Do you think if an unemployed man can do it, why not you? The headline is true, but there is more torepparttar real story. Althoughrepparttar 117731 man was unemployed, he had a large savings account, part of which was spent for an extensive ad campaign. Spending $10,000 all at once for ads made it possible to earn $21,500 in 3 weeks. Sure, he made some quick money, but knowing how much he spent onrepparttar 117732 ads makesrepparttar 117733 story less impressive.

The point of these examples is thatrepparttar 117734 real stories are often different thanrepparttar 117735 headlines or hype may lead you to believe. Doing your due diligence before getting involved with a business opportunity simply means that it is in your best interest to give careful consideration to all aspects ofrepparttar 117736 opportunity before making your final decision.

Check things out and understand what is expected of you in terms of time or financial obligations. Also, use care when you selectrepparttar 117737 products and services you use to build/promote your business. No matter how impressive it might sound or how much you want to believe it, go beyondrepparttar 117738 headlines andrepparttar 117739 hype. Understandingrepparttar 117740 real story can save time and money, as well as helping you to avoid frustration and aggravation.

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