Here are five ways to embrace being on time in the new year, including losing your fear of being early.
You know what's fashionable? A DVF wrap dress. Not strolling in after we've already ordered (and eaten) the entire bread bowl.
There are two types of people in this world. People who are on time and people who are always late. If you're one who is always late, these struggles are probably way too real for you.
We all have a horror story about being late -- arriving at a wedding just as the bride and groom are running off in a shower of birdseed or picking up your panicked child at an otherwise empty field after baseball practice. You're not alone. So before you're late for your next very important date, consider these six tips for being right on time.
Why do people, invited for a dinner party at 7:30, think it's cool to arrive at 8:30? It's rude. It's inconsiderate. And it's selfish.
Step 1: Relearn To Tell Time. Every day for two weeks, write down each task you have to do and how long you think it will