The holiday season always involves a lot of driving for us.  And since I’ve never been an effective time waster I use these hours to think about all the things I want to accomplish in the new year.

Magic Kindom Castle Lit up at night with Roald Dahl quote

As I reflected on a few days spent at The Magic Kingdom (that were truly magical) and thought about ways to maintain the idea of magic in our everyday lives I realized that working from home has truly made all the difference in how we manage our home.  Then I got to thinking about my Work From Home blog and realized the last time I posted anything here was over a year ago!

Where does the time go?

Working from home revolutionized the way we think about work / life balance so I’m excited to say that a big intention for 2013 is to get back to sharing tips and best practices here at TamiRoss.com.  A great way to stay in the know is to sign up for my newsletter – Tips From The Kitchen Table.   I’m excited to put my film skills to good use and will be working on a video format for the newsletters.

Another great suggestion that was brought up during a recent one on one coaching session was that I should start a lunch and learn series with practical “how to” info with room for questions and answers.  I’ll keep you posted on that development but I’m thinking a conference call format might work for that.

Keep a look out for my ebook on Time Management.  We’re currently in the middle of a second round of edits and it will soon be made available for download.

We’re just gearing up ~ 2013 seems to have lit a spark in the Ross household.   We have lots of adventures planned and look forward to hearing all your work from home success stories too!

Happy New Year!!!

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