7 Nifty Ways To Hang & Organize Things I have been bitten by the organizing bug. It all started since moving with only five boxes (really should do a post on that, life changing!). I have learned that it is much easier to organize when you have less stuff. Much more fun too! I found some pretty genius ideas on Pinterest that I had to share. Be sure to click on over to the posts, as most have more great ideas :). You scrappers are going to love this idea! Hang magazines and newspaper from pretty clothes hangers from Better Home And Gardens – they have an entire slideshow of organization ideas! How about you, any great ideas for organizing? Happy Monday friends, here’s to a great week! ~Destri
30-Second Productivity Strategies Half a minute is all it takes to make each day more productive. 1. Take 30 seconds to set the stage for awesome success. Here's how: Before you start doing something, answer the question, "What can I do to make this awesome?" That's basically what Mike Williams of the David Allen Company (the Getting Things Done folks) asked me. At first, it sounded cheesy. Keep in mind this applies just as much to your personal life, too. Don't just move blindly on to the next task. Answer that question, and whatever you do, you will do a lot better. 2. Unfortunately, all too often you forget what happened. Don't. Then you will remember what's important--and be able to act on what's important. 3. That's a shame, because meetings involve people--and that means there's a lot to think about ahead of time. Terrible meetings are all talk and no action. 4. Feeling stressed? Need to switch from quiet mode to outgoing and engaging? Find little rituals that help prepare you for stressful or unusual situations. 5.
Organizers Forms, Templates, Documents The Organizers sub-category contains forms that can be useful when planning daily schedules or organizing personal information. These forms include Event Mailing Organizer, Address Book, and a Weekly Planner. Teacher’s Attendance and Roll BookThe Teacher’s Attendance and Roll Book is designed for keeping classroom attendance records on a monthly basis. Next Page » 52 Habits To Change Your Life | Organise My House 66 117EmailShare The belief I have with all organising is that it boils down to adding new, good habits to your day to day life. Alongside great systems and routines, habits are key to becoming and STAYING organised. Habits will become part of your life without you even thinking about them. We all brush our teeth each morning and evening – it takes a few minutes and then is done. My organising philosophy is:- Systems + Routines + Habits = Organised Habits underpin everything we are trying to achieve, and can be so simple to implement. I have written down my top 52 for you here – 1 for each week of the year. Its a great challenge to see how far you come in a year – thats enough time to really change your life and set a way forward that you can really achieve and stick to. Of course, some you may already be doing – and some may not suit the way you live (or who you live with etc…), so feel free to make a list of your own – let this be your inspiration! Eat 5 a day – at least!
50 Ways to Organize Your Home When you have a home, you have a need for home organization. Fact is, we all have “stuff”. And “stuff”, can end up slowing down our day, and ruffling our feathers in the evening. “Stuff” quickly becomes clutter, and who wants that? If you have stacks of papers that belong no where, crazy and chaotic mornings, or lost car keys, check out these easy ideas. Evenings/Mornings: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Bathrooms: 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Closet: 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Kitchen: 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Kid’s Room: 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. Misc. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. Make sure your home runs as smoothly as it can, and that you can take the time to enjoy it, instead of always dealing with clutter and chaos. Image Credits: Container Store, BHG, Good Housekeeping, Container Store, Interior Design Inspiration, HGTV, House of Wood, Four Generations, One Roof, Country Living
The Brain-Based Secret to Personal Productivity By now, you've probably already broken most of your New Year's resolutions. You're not alone: Only about 8 percent of those who make them keep them. But it may not be that you'll never lose weight or learn a foreign language. If you aren't being productive or if you feel off track, it could simply be because you haven't set yourself up for success in a way that suits your individuality. Take a typical New Year's resolution like running. The overall goal is to lose weight. Let's apply this to work. In my work, we've uncovered four ways of thinking that every person exhibits. Here's your challenge: Find which way of thinking (or what combination of ways) fits you. Structural. Analytical. Social. Conceptual. In all four scenarios, the goal is the same: getting things done. Imagine Jack vowing to "be a little less rigid this year, maybe a little more like Natalie."
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