I don’t know many people who like to file, especially when there’s a load to do, and how to file quickly is something I get asked often – so I thought I’d write a post about it to give you a guide as to the way I find that takes the least amount of time and stress.
I wanted to give you a little freebie today that may well come in handy over the coming few weeks, and that’s a couple of colourful and useful summer holiday planner printables.
Do you enjoy packing for the holidays? Most people don’t, so I wanted to create a list of loads of packing tips that can really help make things easier for you this summer, or indeed for any holiday you go on from now on.B
Once again I have to thank you for giving me a great idea that I hope will add real value and help you on your journey to getting more organised.
I have been running my weekly posts for the past 5 months now, where I gave you a small task called a “Daily Task” to complete every weekday.
We are now well and truly into the time of year that holidays are taken, whether it be a weekend away, a short break, or a full blown family fortnight in the sun.
This post is one that I really hope helps all of you who are looking after younger kids this summer, with a variety of fun kids activities to keep them occupied.
After all, the summer holidays are just around the corner, and with them come a mass of free days waiting to be filled – so rather than hear the cry of “I’m bored” all the time, why not have a few of these up your sleeve instead!.
Todays tip from my Life Hacks seies is simply this – “Remove the packaging before you put things away”
Let me explain.
Product packaging doesn’t help you in getting organised for 2 reasons:-
Cleaning the house and keeping on top of all the housework can be very overwhelming, and as a result I wanted to look today at how to create a cleaning schedule that can really (and easily) work for you – whatever your needs are.
Planning what goes where in your home, whatever its size or shape, will ensure that it works for everyone who lives there – and the lives that they lead. It is also key to having a more organised home, and therefore a more organised life.
If you know where things live in your house, then you can more easily find them when you need them and return them when you have finished using them – as can the rest of the household.
It’s all very well thinking about getting more organised, but when it comes to actually getting started – where should you start?