If you’re still not using a habit tracker, or your current planner doesn’t have one, it’s about the time you get (or add) one. Just take a look at the benefits it gives you, and you will be amazed!
Not a planner person, or have a hard time developing or maintaining a schedule? Yet, you want to make sure you’ll get the right stuff done in a day. If that’s the case, here’s a step-by-step guide to a system which might be your best solution.
For anyone who works from home, either full or half-time, some form of a home office is a must! However, the way you create it makes a difference between being mega-productive or just busy. Here are 10 easy steps to make a beautiful home office you’ll be super-efficient in.
As you probably already know, having a goal as a guide by which you’re governing your actions is a good thing to have. But even though I’m a huge fan of goals, there are big chances for your long-term goal not to work. Take a look why…
I know, I know… There are your own work and personal wantings/needs, but also food to cook, home to clean, kids to drop off and pick up, homework to check, laundry to fold, errands to do… Every day there are so many tasks which you need to do and juggle them the best way you can. Maybe what I’m sharing here can give you a helping hand to achieve it all.
Achieve goals! Here’s a complete plan to help you seize the day by focusing on your goals.
Use this (and every other) day to the full, knowing you’re moving in the right direction.
Tired of questions “What to prepare for lunch/dinner? Do I have the ingredients for it? Will the kids eat it? Will I spend the entire day in a kitchen?”? If you are, this one is a true lifesaver – a meal planning system which will help you sends mealtime hassles into history! Bon appetite! 😉
That nagging feeling of overwhelm! And no matter if you’re a stay-at-home, or work-from-home, or going-to-a-job mom, when it comes to being overwhelmed we all have a common spot – the household tasks! Here are some ideas to take the stress out and be more relaxed and happy.
Say, whaaat? Yes, you’ve read it well. Your to-do list should contain the tasks for which you know up front they won’t be achieved. Sounds crazy? Maybe. Should you give this system a try? Most definitely! Check it out and see it for yourself.
Having at least one list is an inevitable part of life. Since there is no way you can possibly escape from making them, why not use them to your advantage? I’m giving you the 7 must-have lists you should create and keep your eyes on if you want to both do the work and feel happy & content.