Staying productive can be a major issue for everyone, no matter your age, lifestyle, or background. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to keeping getting things done throughout the day, week, month, and year. We here at Westpointe CDJR have a few ways to be more productive this spring that we’d like to share with you!
- Shorten Your Emails – Keeping up with an ever-growing inbox of emails can be a hassle and kill any sense of productivity you had. Sometimes responding to everyone can cause major delays, especially if you tend to be fairly long winded. To fix the problem, try to keep all email responses to five sentences or less. Try to make your signature stand out a little as well. Doing so will allow you to get through a massive number of emails and still have time left for other work or activities.
- Keep Lists – Keeping a list of everything you need to do is a classic way of ensuring you stay productive. Add things like visiting people, getting work done, chores, and appointments to ensure you never miss anything important!
- Don’t Wait to Clean – One of the best ways to get rid of a sense of dread when doing a daily chore is to clean up immediately after completing it. Doing so allows you to start with a clean slate rather than yesterday’s mess.
It’s been quite a while since the truck segment has seen a true master of off-roading take the streets, but that’s going to change in just a few years. Fiat Chrysler announced the return of a Jeep Wrangler pickup truck come 2019. While there’s no name and few solid specifications to go on, it looks to be a model that’s bound to dominate the segment.
Known for its off-road capability, the Jeep brand hasn’t seen a pickup truck since the Comanche was discontinued in 1992. The next Jeep pickup will be based on the renowned Jeep Wrangler, one of the brand’s most iconic vehicles.
Set to hit the market in late 2019, the new pickup could bear a familiar name. Fiat Chrysler executives are considering some Jeep nameplates of the past, though none has been confirmed just yet.
The Wrangler pickup will be built in the Toledo plant, just like its predecessors. A new Jeep Wrangler will officially launch towards the end of 2017 following a $700-million retooling.
If the new Jeep Wrangler pickup truck is anything like it’s rumored to be, then the competition better step up their game.
We here at Westpointe CDJR are pumped for the arrival of the new Jeep Wrangler pickup truck!
Traveling can be one of the best ways to bond with friends and family but it always pays off to be prepared for anything. Having a fully stocked first aid kit will greatly reduce the chance of delays or problems on the road. We here at Westpointe CDJR know what you need to have in your car’s first aid kit to be prepared for anything that could happen away from home.
Often left out because of its liquid form, hand sanitizer is essential to any first aid kit. It’s great for cleaning up cups and scrapes as well acting as a quick hand cleaning solution before meals. It never hurts to keep a small bottle stowed in the corner of your kit!
If you plan on traveling with anyone who’s on daily medication, ask them for spare bottle to keep in your first aid kit for the duration of the trip. Even if they forget it, there’s already some extra packed away in the car.
Gauze pads, adhesive bandages, and adhesive tape are must-have supplies in any first aid kit, let alone the one in your car. Check to ensure that all of your bandaging supplies are stocked up, especially if you plan on hiking, camping, or hitting the trails.
It’s time to plan a lovely Valentine’s Day for you and your loved one. Why travel out of town when there are plenty of delicious and romantic places to have Valentine’s Day dinner in Yukon?
Green Chile Kitchen
Spice things up this Valentine’s Day by heading to this green chili-centric Mexican restaurant. There are loads of entrees to choose from, plus popular starters like queso and layered dip. End the dinner with a slice of green chili apple pie.
Primo’s Restaurant Bar & Catering
If you’re looking to impress with the dinner menu, visit Primo’s where your date can choose from a rack of lamb or classic Italian pasta dishes. You can expect great service and an ambient setting perfect for Valentine’s Day.
The name says it all. This casual restaurant serves the best of New Orleans-style food, from beans and rice to blackened catfish to gumbo. Fill up on delicious, spicy food and then catch a movie at the theatre.
Louie’s Grill & Bar
If you and your date’s idea of romance is a casual setting where you can catch your favorite game on the tele, check out Louie’s. You’ll find well-prepared American classics like grilled burgers and creative salads that are sure to please.
There are only three classic muscle cars on the road and the 2017 Dodge Challenger delivers the most power of the lot. The incredible model combines a recognizable design with a performance-driven powertrain that produces up to 707 hp. There’s more to the new Dodge Challenger than pure power though. The latest model brings a long list of features drives are sure to love.
The new Challenger may bring a whole host of powerful engines but it can be incredibly efficient as well, even with a V8 under the hood. The 5.7-liter and 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engines come equipped with Fuel Saver Technology when mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. That technology deactivates four cylinders when eight aren’t needed, increasing fuel efficiency in a split second.
The Dodge Challenger comes with available all-wheel drive for the 2017 model year. The advanced system is capable of transitioning between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive automatically.
Drivers can also opt for several innovative safety systems that make the road a safer place. Available Adaptive Cruise Control adjusts the Challenger’s speed automatically while Forward Collision Warning alerts drivers of an impending accident and hits the brakes.
We here at Westpointe Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram are pumped to have the new Challenger in stock and ready to roll!
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