The Five-Minute Mom's Club: Q&A with Stephanie Vozza

We’re on a roll with Q&As this week — lots of friends of 168 Hours have new books out!
Today we welcome Stephanie Vozza, author of The Five-Minute Mom’s Club. Stephanie is the founder of a company called The Organized Parent. So you think she’d be telling us to create folders for each different classroom project and…blah… read more »

Generation Earn: Kimberly Palmer

Since learning I will be writing a money book, I’ve become obsessed with other money books, which is why we’re welcoming Kimberly Palmer to My168Hours today.
I first “met” Kim when I was fact-checking her columns for USA Today. She had been a previous intern there as well. My favorite piece of hers was one about the predictable alar… read more »

Silly things we do to save money (by spending time)

I have been perusing personal finance websites lately, and came across a fascinating post on Wisebread about making your own mustard. Blogger Marla Walters tried it after experiencing sticker shock when confronted with a recipe that called for whole-grain mustard, retailing at $5.50 for a 6-oz jar. The process took three attempts before she made a batch t… read more »

Live Chat at The Motherhood, 1pm EST

What could be more productive than spending an hour discussing productivity? Ok, that’s a bit facetious, but it’s always a good idea to sharpen the saw, and you need a lunch break anyway. So come join me at The Motherhood at 1pm for an hour-long live chat about 168 Hours, time management, and organizing our lives. As a bonus, you’ll meet my 8… read more »

Do you need a clean office to work?

There are many upsides to working at home. But one of the downsides is that generalized house clutter quickly becomes workspace clutter. With small children, there is just no avoiding a certain amount of messiness. I took a few minutes yesterday evening to put all the books back on the shelves in my boys’ room, only to come back 10 minutes later to find th… read more »