As a busy mom, you have unique challenges when it comes to managing a home office but your home office can be a space where you can achieve both professional success and personal fulfillment. With the right mindset and tools, anything is possible.
By adopting these small habit-forming strategies, you can keep your home office organized and efficient without feeling overwhelmed. Remember that forming new habits takes time and effort, so be patient and persistent. With consistency and dedication, these small changes can lead to big improvements in your workspace and your overall productivity.
Life can be stressful and hectic, and it’s easy to forget to take a moment to be kind to others. But did you know that doing something kind for someone else can actually make you feel happier and more fulfilled? That’s why we’ve created the 30 Days of Kindness Challenge – a simple way to add a bit of kindness to your daily routine.
Is your home a never-ending mess that you can’t seem to tame? Are you tired of the clutter, disarray, and chaos that seem to take over every room? Fear not! In today’s post we recap ten interesting approaches to help you transform your living space into a serene, organized haven. The Four Box Technique The […]
Living with a messy partner is super stressful. (You can read part 1 of this here.) I know, I know, it can be sooo stressful when your partner has a totally different view of what’s reasonable in a relationship when it comes to mess around the house. Just read some of the comments in our […]
The beginning of a new year offers a great opportunity to try new things and change for the better. Perhaps you’d like to become more organized, improve your health or have a beneficial impact on the world. This advice can help you make the most of these positive intentions.
Don’t get caught off-guard by the impending Thanksgiving holiday. Here are things you can do to get your house ready for Thanksgiving that are easy to start doing now, so you won’t be feeling rushed closer to that much-anticipated fourth Thursday of November!
We procrastinate because we either can’t decide what to do next or are simply getting distracted from the things that need to get done. The tips below can help hone your focus and ensure you are able to avoid some common procrastination pitfalls and boost your productivity as well.
It’s hard. When work is always present, it’s very easy to constantly start more work. But it’s also not healthy. When you don’t have an appropriate work life balance, you start to hate your work… and feel resentful about what you aren’t accomplishing in your daily life.
One way to be more consistent with decluttering is to make it a routine. Just like brushing your teeth or taking a shower, adding decluttering to your daily or weekly routine can help make it a habit.
Sometimes it seems like there are never enough hours in the day. But with a little time management, you can make time for the things you need to do, like housework. Here are some tips on how to manage your time for housework.
Clutter is a daily challenge. It seems to appear out of nowhere and can quickly take over your home or office. The key to conquering clutter is to have a plan and be consistent with implementing it. Think about it like a war that you’re constantly fighting with yourself.
Consistent, sustainable productivity is all about priority setting. Prioritization is a soft skill that can literally affect your success at every level. Without honing prioritization skills, the only thing you can really count on is frustration, decreased productivity, and high levels of stress.
Holiday decorations represent an important tradition in many homes. They revive fond memories and help make the season feel special. At the same time, decorations may become tangled and difficult to unpack. They can also take up a lot of storage space.
Black Friday offers a chance to buy desirable products at great prices. However, it can easily become hectic and stressful. To make the most of this event while saving time and money, don’t forget to prepare a well-organized shopping list.
Making the decision to actually get rid of stuff you don’t want anymore may have taken you a while, but now that you’ve decided to eliminate unneeded things and make more space in your home, it’s worth giving the matter some consideration before you begin.