An element of living our best is organization. So. We are reviewing the conversation about organization from TableThink's article, "Best Practice: Organization." It's worth thinking on.  Have a great day!  ~Joshua & Kerrie As pastors and life-coaches, we’ve listened to the stories of...
Organization is often the "thing" we know we "should" do but don't do. It's common to explain our disorganization is because of a lack of time.  There's nothing more to explain, there never seems to be enough time to...
More than often, there  does not seem to be enough time.  There are an amazing amount of classes, books, and blogs focusing on time management. The big-deal question: Is there enough time? The truth is there's enough time.  Yet.  Most of...
As pastors and life-coaches, we've listened to the stories of many people over the years.  It's clear (more than ever) that individuals who work to develop best practices (healthy habits) and delete what's not working (unhealthy habits) will find...
TableThink is always looking for easy organization systems. One of our best practice recommendations is organizing one thing . . .  on one specific day . . . once a week.  In other words, organizing is a continual-ongoing-task. The thing...
Developing and maintaining systems which help to navigate life in the best way is an ongoing process.  Our systems of living need to be evaluated and sometimes overhauled as we move through life. Taking the time to revise is...
The appreciation and celebration of simple things is often missed in this fast paced era.  It's a TableThink conversation.  Most say they need life to be simpler and less complicated, but struggle to find a way to make it...
At TableThink we're constantly evaluating our systems, determining what's working and what's not working.  Our evaluation process begins with the question, “Does this serve our purpose?” This is a great question for our individual life as well as couples, families,...
I'm revising. Again. In this case, revising is a compilation of re-ordering, re-organizing, re-doing, and refreshing. I used to think: Once done, always done.  But.  It's an ongoing process. When you get down to it, life is a process and this is part...
The light which comes with the season of spring gives reason to lighten the load in our home and work environment.  There's a sense of freedom when we let go of the unnecessary.  It's a conversation at TableThink's table. One...