When Saying No is a Great Big Yes

During the last few months while quarantining and social distancing…and basically just being at home a lot, I have done so many projects around the house. I’ve watched tons of movies (at least 8 Avengers movies, 11 James Bond movies, and introduced The Mayor to a ton of 80’s classics), and the amount of newContinue reading “When Saying No is a Great Big Yes”

Creating a Summer Schedule

Even though we have not made it to the official first day of summer, it feels like summer is already off and running…albeit running a little differently this year. I’m out of sorts, I’ll be honest. School ended a few weeks ago, I have a sassy teenager home and bored, we are still social distancing,Continue reading “Creating a Summer Schedule”

Getting Organized for a Summer at Home With Kids

The official start of the summer is just around the corner. The unfortunate part is that it is anyone’s guess what Pandemic Summer is going to be like. Whatever summer has on tap for us, it is still a good time to get organized for the warmer months ahead. The biggest uncertainty and disappointment forContinue reading “Getting Organized for a Summer at Home With Kids”

The Weekly Planning Wrap Up

In order to wrap up my last few posts about having a solid weekly plan, we’ve come to the place where we can put all the pieces together in a way that really helps. After you learn the benefits of a planning routine, tools to use, the basics for actually planning out your week andContinue reading “The Weekly Planning Wrap Up”

Decluttering Your Brain

One of the best ways to feel organized and productive is to manage your priorities, and have a plan to get them done. One of the best ways to feel unorganized and unproductive is to have a to do list with no direction, and no idea where to start. This is where prioritizing comes inContinue reading “Decluttering Your Brain”

Start With the Basics When Crafting Your Weekly Plan

Working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for most individuals and families. My last posts have focused on the benefits of having a weekly planning routine, and some tools that can be used. You can find links to those posts below.  One of my biggest goals during this social distancing time hasContinue reading “Start With the Basics When Crafting Your Weekly Plan”