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Not Later, Right Now: Stop Procrastinating


 Most everyone puts off doing something until later. Here are two tips you can use to curb your habit of procrastination.


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The word ‘procrastination’ comes from the Latin roots ‘pro’ and ‘cras',  meaning ‘belonging to tomorrow.’

If you’re like anyone else on Earth, you put things off until tomorrow. There are things you can do and should do, but for one reason or another, you put it off. We’re here to help with two tips to stop procrastinating.

1. A little goes a long way. The Japanese call it ‘kaizen.’ Author James Clear calls it the ‘two-minute rule.’ The idea is if you do something for a small amount of time, it is easy; you won’t feel guilty about stopping after two minutes because that was the time you gave yourself. More than likely, you will continue a bit longer. Those two minutes, however, are arbitrary—it can be 30 seconds. There are so many tasks that we put off that could be completed in about a minute, and it helps to create habits without weighing yourself down.



There are so many tasks that we put off that could be complete in about a minute.


2. Procrastinate correctly. Contrary to what you might think, procrastination isn’t a bad thing. Many amazing people we consider to be geniuses and effective individuals were chronic procrastinators. The architect Frank Lloyd Wright completed what was arguably his most famous work, a landmark home called Falling Water, in two hours after procrastinating. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart regularly and intentionally procrastinated on his masterpieces, so much that pages were often still wet with ink at performance time. Many procrastinate to light a fire under themselves, and the desperation to complete something leaves little space for hesitation and self-criticism that so often gets in the way of the creative process.

As always, we are here for anything you need. We’re grateful to be your community resource and are ready to serve you, your friends, family, relatives and neighbors. Feel free to reach out to us at any time.

How Can You Find a Great Agent Anywhere in the Country?


Being a part of Keller Williams Realty allows us to help you find a great agent anywhere in the country.

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Are you moving to another part of the country but you’re not sure where to find the best real estate agent in that area? You’re in luck.

Being a part of Keller Williams Realty allows my team to help you in New Jersey and other parts of the country. We’ve formed relationships with many people in a variety of industries. Anywhere in New Jersey, we can put you in contact with the best agent in town.

If you’re considering an out-of-state move, we have top connections with mortgage brokers, financial planners, accountants, and contractors all around the country. Whether it’s New York, California, or anywhere in between, just let us know your needs and we’ll make the conversation happen.



We’ve formed relationships with many people in a variety of industries.



We’re also here for any other real estate needs you may have as well. We’re grateful to be your real estate resource, and we’re ready to serve you, your friends, relatives, and neighbors in any community.

If you have any questions at all or you’re thinking of buying or selling a home, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d be happy to help you.

5 Tips for Moving With Pets


If you’re moving, you need to think about your four-legged friend, too. Here are a few ways to make the move easier on your dog.

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If you think the process of moving is stressful for you, think about what your dog is feeling! Moving from an old home to a new one can confuse your pet, but there are a few easy things you can do to make this an easier and more enjoyable experience for your best friend: 

1. Tell your dog you are moving. I know it might sound silly, but we all talk to our dogs. Although they can’t understand the words we are saying, they can understand and become accustomed to change. A good idea is to take your dog on some walks in your new neighborhood near your new home before you move in.

2. Arrange your new home in a similar manner. Organizing your new home like your old one can help bring a nice level of comfort to your pets quickly. Put their treats and toys in similar places, too.


Getting a new dog tag is a good idea.



3. Research local vets before moving. Print that information out and save it for after you move. You’ll be happy you did.

4. Get an updated dog tag. If you’re moving addresses, getting a new tag is smart. If your dog happens to get out, your neighbors will know how to reach you and where you live.

5. Research the local laws regarding pets. You may have to re-register your pup with the new state or city you’re moving to.

Keep in mind that change is scary for your dog, too. Try to comfort your pup as much as possible during the move by showing a ton of affection. After all, moving can be RUFF!

As always, we’re here for you anytime you have a question about real estate or a need we can help serve. Feel free to reach out to us via phone or email any time. We look forward to hearing from you soon.