LAURA SAYS ...

Inc. (USA) - - LAUNCH -

NO-PHONE ZONE

Yep, the phone is an ad­dic­tion. If you find your­self look­ing at your phone first thing in the morn­ing, leave it out­side the bed­room and get an old-fash­ioned alarm clock. You can plug it in across the room, and that way you’ll have to get out of bed to turn it off— which cuts down on the snooz­ing.

YOUR MOST VI­TAL MEET­ING

Car time with the kids can to­tally be qual­ity time. Try ask­ing what they’re ex­cited about for the day, or try de­scrib­ing what you’ll be do­ing while you’re away from them. It’s a way to catch up on one an­other’s worlds. Also, I don’t think it’s the fast­ing alone that makes Hugh Jack­man look like that. :-)

WHY AM I HERE? —

Some good ques­tions to ask about any meet­ing: Does it have to hap­pen? Could it take less time? Could fewer peo­ple go? Could some­one else go for me?

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.