My Daily Routine + Free Printables! It’s no secret that I absolutely LOVE my weekly planner!
I carry it with me everywhere I go and reference it at least 27 times each day — seriously, I do. And even though my daily planner is super helpful for remembering and tracking my weekly, monthly, and other long-term appointments and activities; I was still struggling to find the perfect “planner” for my busy, BUSY daily activities. I like small planners, but small planners mean I don’t have enough room to write everything I do on a daily basis…so I resorted to lots of lists and sticky notes shoved inside my planner. It worked, but I knew I could come up with something better! I started looking around the web to see what I could buy or find for free, but I really didn’t come up with anything that I absolutely loved. So I created my own! I sat down and figured out exactly what I needed and wanted in a daily worksheet, and THIS is what I came up with… – I also created a blank worksheet that you can download for free, so keep reading!
LifeOrganizers.com How to organize your home and office, organizing tips, articles on organizing. 100 Ways to Simplify Your Life (and Make Yourself Happier) I’ve been striving to simplify my life for many years now, and have recently (through my writing) been advising others how to do the same.
In the process, I’ve learned that making little changes in our attitudes, habits, and environment can have a big impact. So today, I thought I’d compile a list of 100 ways to simplify your life – from the practical to the philosophical, and everything in between. Of course, not every item on the list will work for every person reading it.
However, I hope that you’ll find at least a little something that speaks to you, helps you save some time, space, and energy — and perhaps even increases your serenity and happiness! AROUND THE HOUSE1. WARDROBE AND STYLE21. KITCHEN AND DINING36. OFFICE AND TECH46. TIME MANAGEMENT66. ATTITUDE81. MISCELLANEOUS96. Paper Pile Makeover Results! A few weeks ago I set out to reform my towering pile of papers.
It was an overwhelming catastrophe. When I gathered all of the papers together, they buried my dining table. The problems were clear: I saved too many cards and letters, and I had not dealt with incoming papers that should have been tossed sooner. The grand theme for this makeover was: Why do I still have this? When I was younger and single I could save everything, because it really wasn’t too much. Many times that I sorted through my papers, I was organizing them, when I should have been purging them.