With the end of summer approaching it is time to start preparing for Fall!

Here in New England that means furnace maintenance, window insulating, putting away our summer duds and hanging up our sweaters again! With so many things to do it can be easy to forget to pick up that extra tote to store your patio linens or to call and schedule your fall tune up.

Here are a couple of ideas to help get your chores completed and keep on schedule!

I find writing a list of chores that need to get done in order of priority is helpful to keep on track. If lists aren’t your thing or you find you write them and forget them try using a calendar to stay organized instead. I keep a calendar especially for tasks. It is convenient to see the whole month in one glance and gives you an idea of what time frame you are working in.

I also use a color code system to make things even easier; purple for bills, green for chores, pink for appointments, etc. This way I can easily see how my week or month is shaping up. If there is anything that I feel is extremely important or that I am worried I may overlook, I highlight it!

“What about a digital calendar,” you may be wondering. Well, if tech is second nature to you and you feel more comfortable with one of the myriad of calendar apps available then Go For It! I would still suggest using different text or background colors to easily differentiate between types of activities and chores. I would also recommend taking advantage of scheduled alerts to make sure really important appointments and deadlines don’t sneak past you.

Good luck and happy scheduling!

History for a Haunting

Posted: March 24, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Thought I would share a post from my friend’s at Western Mass Paranormal.


Due to the remote and secure nature of Quabbin it would make a wonderful place to hide out if you could. There have been numerous reports of unidentified animal sightings. We are all aware of the reports of mountain lions, or cougars, but, what else could be wandering around in the woods? Some believe that there are Yeti, “Bigfoot” who have made Quabbin their home. Although no-one has managed to photograph one here, or almost anywhere else, it would be a haven for a rare and elusive creature we have yet to “discover”.

Among the documented accounts of life in the Swift River Valley there is much fodder for ghost stories. I will now tell you two sad accounts that may explain some of the vibes that people experience in the seemingly serene settings of QuabbinValley.

In Dana in 1809 on the 23rd of November Joseph and John Lindsey, who…

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Enjoy Your Journey

Image  —  Posted: November 19, 2013 in Uncategorized


Welcome to the new blog for Audball Enterprises!

The end of 2013 is coming to a close and I wanted to give the site a fresh direction for the new year.

I am Audra and Audball Enterprises is an entity that I have created to catch those things that fall through the cracks more of mainstream business.  I provide business efficiency consulting,  executive assistant services, personal time-management consulting / errand services, organizational assistance, writing and editing services, as well as other Aud-Jobs. This is only the beginning so stay tuned and enjoy the ride!

Please contact me at PositronicAudra@gmail.com if you are in need of any Aud-Work.