Inspired by Kalyn Nicholson’s Youtube vid I decided to make a Fall GYST Day (Get Your Shit Together Day) and dedicate one day to all the things I needed to get done … procrastinate much?!! Here’s what my list looks like – what would be on yours?
The perfect combination of tools for organizing work and life will look different for each of us, so although the ones listed below are what have improved my work routines, they are universal and can probably be incorporated into yours.
I started out using a Bullet Journal for Work almost a year ago, and I loved it. It worked, as I had a lot of tasks // issues to stay on top of. My system of using the ARC planner as a Bullet Journal evolved over time and got better and more efficient for my purposes.
I’m lucky enough to work from home 2 days of the week. So, when we moved into our new home, I commandeered one of the rooms to be my home office. There are 2 areas- 1 for work stuff and 1 for personal business.
Clutter can accumulate in many places and now, there can also be a lot of digital clutter. Here are a few strategies I use to keep my laptop screen clear of old files and a gazillion programs.
I use my bullet journal for work, and as such, I’ve tried to keep my system very simple. I also travel for work, so my supplies can’t take up too much space. Here’s what I’m using now.
How do you blog? How do you take note of post ideas? Here are 3 systems that have proven to be popular among bloggers – including ours.
Back in 2009 I decided to go back to school and finally finish my undergraduate degree. I was 29. I was super excited but also a bit intimidated. This spring, at the age of 36, I finally finished my Master’s degree. I’m what you call a nontraditional student. I’m older. I’m married. I have a kiddo. This all makes the experience of going to school a bit different than when you’re in your 20s and have no one to look after but yourself. Here are a few of the ways I made it work as a nontraditional student juggling school and ‘real life’… READ MORE
I’m usually a pretty neat person, and that includes my car, but lately I find that my car is in a constant state of disarray. Between toys, snacks, hiking gear, picnic blankets, and a bunch of other stuff you find yourself toting around when you become a mom, my car looks like a bomb went off. This High Road Car Organizer has changed the game for me… READ MORE