Today is one organising habit that I know a lot of your have been hanging out for and it is an area taht will not just help get you organised but also help save you money. Learn to meal plan…
All of us can find a spare 10 minutes in our day and by spending just 10 minutes a day speed cleaning you’ll be able to keep the bulk of the household cleaning under control. If you can’t find 10 minutes in a row, grab two 5 minute chunks and get to work.
Welcome to day 11 of the 31 days to a more organised life challenge. We are getting organised one day at a time! Need to catch up? That’s ok, you can find all previous days here but feel free to just jump straight in. Have you made your bed? If not go and do that before you keep […]
Today’s habit is all about tidying as you go. As you leave a room, take something with you that belongs in another room that you are passing or heading to.
If you open your vanity as quickly as possible to shove something in before everything falls, out then it is time to get stuck into todays task!
If you have a household that contains a collection of little people (or even just 1!) you’ll understand how quickly washing can get out of hand. Even without children (or teenagers… lets not talk about teenagers and washing) keeping on top of the laundry goes a long way to keeping the house under control.
Have you ever been in a situation where your car is too messy for a passanger to get in and sit comfortably? I have. It’s not great and I’m not proud of the fact but I’m just being honest. Here are 5 great ways to organise a messy car that I have found helpful. I hope they help you to!
With two young boys and a pretty busy life I have to admit that I struggle to keep my car clear of random pieces of clothing, toys and rubbish. At times I think it would have been possible for me to live out of my car for several days… not exactly organised!
Organisation is as much about planning as it is about implementation. The better prepared you are the easier it is to get on top of daily tasks and stay organised. Today we are adding another habit to our evening routine.
So far we have started creating a morning and evening routine that will help to bring order and organisation to your home. Today we are going to start diving into some organisation and de-cluttering challenges.
If your life is anything like mine then trying to tidy up throughout the day while being followed by two mini cyclones is rather pointless. By the end of the day our living room often looks somewhat like a toy graveyard decorated with a few pieces of laundry and some left over dinner on the dining table.
Today’s habit… Clean up the dishes every night. Going to bed with an empty sink and a clean kitchen sets you up for a fresh start in the morning. It is easier to stay organised and on top of the mess if you have a blank slate each day.
It might not seem like a big thing but making your bed instantly neatens the room and sets the tone for the day. Today, make your bed as soon as you are up.
Well 2015 is officially here and this January I’ve launched a daily challenge to get the year off to a great start. This January we will be diving into an organised life challenge. The plan is to create habits and simple routines that help get you organised and keep you that way.
This probably seems like a rather random topic for the blog but given I do write a lot about being organised, I felt this (sort of) fitted the bill. It’s something I have been struggling to work out for the last week and I couldn’t find a good guide anywhere so decided to write my own.