Quick Tip Wednesday: Family List

Select a place that your family can use to let you know what they are about to or have completely run out of (body wash, deodorant, pencils, edge control, etc). It doesn't have to be an entire family command center, it can be a simple magnetic list pad from the grocery store or dollar tree…

Quick Tip Wednesday: Page Flags

Use page flags for future planning, to list reoccurring tasks (zone cleaning, weekly planning & reviews, change filters, etc.) or to write down appointments that might need to be rescheduled or cancelled. I use them in each of these ways and I use them as tabs to mark important spots in my planner. The best…

Quick Tip Wednesday – Gather It!

A great way to stay on track with accomplishing your goals, working on tasks and completing projects is to do a weekly review but this can only be done after you've gathered your information into one place and decided what to do with it. These things are something that David Allen talks about in his…

3 things you need in your planner system

My current planner stack! Capture Plan Retrieve I really enjoy researching different planning systems. There is no shortage of them out there and they all fit different needs for different people at different stages of their lives. Some of the most popular include the Franklin planner system, David Allen's Getting Things Done methodology, the Bullet…

Overwhelmed Is An Understatement Part 3 of 3

Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Pexels.com When I originally started writing this series I was thinking about the day to day things that can make me feel overwhelmed. Since then many schools have extended spring break, some have cancelled in person classes until further notice and moved to online learning, there are new terms like…

The How of It All

A couple of days ago I wrote about my new goals for the last 90 days of this decade and entering into the new decade aka 2020 and beyond. If you haven't read it you can find the post here. With such lofty goals I knew that I would need to write down my goals…

3 Tips to start holiday planning

Hello loves! It's the last two days of October, which mean the holiday season is quickly approaching. I've already started planning for the holidays, but thought I would share a couple of things that have helped me so far.  My first tip is to create a plan. This can be done digital or on paper.…