Your Lucky Day

After a brief hiatus, we’re back! We know you’re glad to see us, but our return isn’t the only reason why today is your lucky day. Even though St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone and you might still be recovering from celebrations (or from getting pinched for not wearing green), we’re here to make your luck last longer.

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First, check out this Huffington Post article about how to make your own luck. Our favorite of these suggestions is #3 on the list, which suggests that taking the necessary steps to succeed is the most important way to increase your luck. As the post outlines, this is the best way to be “lucky:” by creating your own success. You can do this through both preparation and motivation. If these sound like good ideas but you aren’t sure where to start, we have a suggestion for you: ScheduleThing!

You probably know from our previous posts that ScheduleThing can help you organize your life and keep your appointments and reservations in check. It streamlines your scheduling process and gives you the tools you need to eliminate the stress of disorganization from your life. When it comes to increasing your luck, getting organized is a great way to start.

ScheduleThing lets you create your own site with your own URL, which means that you make the rules. The easy, free setup process only takes minutes to complete, enabling you to take a huge organizational step right away. You can sync up all of your reservations using the automated iCal feeds, and our email notifications keep you updated when new appointments or cancellations arise. All of our features work together to increase your efficiency and save time. Make today your lucky day by creating your free booking site now!

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