Diane Fanucchi wrote a new post, Senior Travel:Your One-Stop Guide for 2020 (and Beyond), on the site Diane Fanucchi's Blog 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Have you always told yourself that someday you’ll see the world? That you’ll finally take that luxury cruise, or art and culinary tour of Europe, or African photo safari you’ve dreamed about? Or maybe your […]
Several months ago, I wrote two posts based on a concept from the book “Consequential Strangers: The Power of People Who Don’t Seem to Matter. . . But Really Do,” by Melinda Blau and Karen L. Fingerman. (See “Con […]
Diane Fanucchi wrote a new post, I Am My Own Dog: Or, Do You Make Time for Self-Care?, on the site Diane Fanucchi's Blog 1 year, 1 month ago
On an average day, I take two short walks in my neighborhood. I do this for exercise, for a physical boost or a mental break or to work off stress. On especially sunny, joyfully beautiful days, I keep going out […]
Thanks so much Melba! I post about every other Tuesday.
Actually I’ve been a creative writer all my life, but wanted to finally turn it into a business as a copywriter, so I started my blog to help make the […]
Diane Fanucchi wrote a new post, What Are Your MIT’s (Most Important Tasks) for Today?, on the site Diane Fanucchi's Blog 1 year, 1 month ago
Sometimes you can be busy all day, but still not know what you actually accomplished, especially if you’re just reacting to external demands.
Whether your too-long to-do list is self-imposed or forced on you by […]
Have you ever felt like life just keeps knocking you down and leaves you gasping for breath? We all have at times, because life doesn’t always play out the way we want or expect it to.
But we don’t have to let […]
Diane Fanucchi wrote a new post, Like Tomatoes to Strawberries: Taking a Break from Productivity to Welcome Spring, on the site Diane Fanucchi's Blog 1 year, 2 months ago
I’ll get back to the productivity technique summaries later but for now, it’s time to take a moment to enjoy spring, otherwise known in my part of the world as strawberry season.
There is a little stand I often […]
Diane Fanucchi wrote a new post, Do Less. Be More Productive. Try Asking Yourself: “Can I Just…?”, on the site Diane Fanucchi's Blog 1 year, 3 months ago
Do you have a project or task that you dread doing so much that you just keep putting it off? Are you waiting to feel motivated, or until you have enough self-discipline to make yourself do it?
Maybe you’re […]
Diane Fanucchi wrote a new post, More Productivity, Less Stress, With the Pomodoro Method, on the site Diane Fanucchi's Blog 1 year, 4 months ago
I said this post would be about ‘tomatoes,’ and if you’re familiar with popular productivity methods, you may have guessed that I was alluding to the Pomodoro timer technique.
Pomodoro is the Italian word for […]
It took me awhile to get on board with putting links here.
Here is my response to the questions for day 1. https://dianefanucchi.naiwe.com/its-words-matter-week/
and day […]
I have enjoyed this writing challenge, and really believe that words matter.
I’ve answered the question each day.
Here is my response to today’s question. https://dianefanucchi.naiwe.com/wordsmatterweek-day-5/
Day 5: What word, said or unsaid, has or could change your life? How?
Some of the runners-up were: “options”, “possible”, “can”, “begin”, “don’t”.
When I was a young woman starting my life in the […]
Thanks for reading.
I’m a little confused though. Aren’t I participating by putting my responses on my NAIWE blog? And I’ve been putting “WordsMatterWeek in my titles. What step am I missing?
Day 4: Writers craft words into memorable phrases, stories, poems, and plays. What writers make your heart sing? Why?
Just a few, pulled out of my immediate memory as if from a hat, for the sake of […]
Day 3: What person in your life helped you understand the importance of choosing words carefully? What would you say to them if you met them today?
I can’t think of one person in particular who taught me this in […]
Day 2: Writers are artists with words as their medium. What author is your favorite word stylist?
As with day 1, I can’t choose only one.
I love Jane Austen, because she used words so effectively that she taught […]
How great that a week about words, one of my great loves, is depicted by a poster in a beautiful shade of purple, one of my other great loves.
I’m going to put off the promised ‘tomato’ post until next […]
Diane Fanucchi wrote a new post, Exercise Snacks — The Painless Way to Satisfy Your Body’s Appetite for Movement, on the site Diane Fanucchi's Blog 1 year, 4 months ago
“Exercise snacks” have recently come to my attention through my eclectic online reading habits. It seems to be a popular idea right now, but I was able to trace it back to at least 2014, in an article from the New […]
Diane Fanucchi wrote a new post, Something Different, Again: Two Announcements and Two New Kinds of Snacks, on the site Diane Fanucchi's Blog 1 year, 4 months ago
Announcement 1. With some reluctance, I have decided to put this blog on hold for awhile. Probably for 2-3 months. The reason is that I am currently focusing on other projects, including an intense class to help […]
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