My daughter (about three weeks of age) sleeps roughly eighteen hours a day, and half of the time she’s not sleeping, she’s eating. The only problem is that the sleep comes in at most four hour stretches, interrupted by an hour or so of wakefulness, usually starting off with some loud crying for some food. That, along with chasing after a toddler, makes for some tired parents! In fact, I’ve often written during periods of time in the middle of the night bookended by feedings and crying.
How To Quit Your Day Job In Six Not-So-Easy Steps One of the biggest blocks to overcome is your own pessimism – one of the biggest ways to blow that to smithereens is to figure up your true hourly wage. (@ money smart life)
Wedding Budget Tips From Caterers Another tip, seriously: talk to people who you know will be attending the wedding and ask for them to give a gift that will make your wedding more memorable. A friend of mine had people bring bottles of champagne as their gift (or as part of their gift) – great idea. (@ make love, not debt)
Being Your Own Advocate At Work No one is going to look out for you in the workplace, so you’ve got to look out for yourself. Here are some tips; Brazen Careerist has more. (@ an english major’s money)
The Simple Dollar Retro: 101 Goals In 1001 Days The name says it all.