Resolving to Get Organized in 2021

There is no mistaking that the New Year brings out extra motivation in some of us. Resolutions are born out of staring down the face of a fresh new beginning and wanting to reach out and grab it. I’m sure it’s no surprise that a lot of resolutions center around getting ourselves more organized andContinue reading “Resolving to Get Organized in 2021”

Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation

October 2020 Each month I recommend something that I have read, want to read, or may currently be reading, which may give you some value. The books may be business-related, self-help, home organization, or just entertainment. This month, I want to recommend one that I am currently reading. It’s very timely because of the popularityContinue reading “Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation”

Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation

September 2020 Welcome to what I hope to be the first of many monthly book recommendations! Each month I will recommend something that I have read, want to read, or may currently be reading, which may give you some value. The books may be business-related, self-help, home organization, or just entertainment. This month, I wantContinue reading “Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation”

Routines to Get Back to School

And Not Lose Your Mind! Ok, maybe I can’t stop you from losing your mind this crazy back-to-school season, but I can talk to you a little about routines for your morning, afternoon, and the witching hour (some people might call it the evening!). Morning Routines Your morning routine sets your tone for the day.Continue reading “Routines to Get Back to School”

Weekly Planning: Back-to-School Edition

Here we go…back-to-school is upon us! And honestly…it feels overwhelming and filled with uncertainty. The good news is that we will get through this. I really believe that. One thing that I am going to do this year to help alleviate some of the craziness is to start a family weekly planning routine. Planning notContinue reading “Weekly Planning: Back-to-School Edition”

Setting up a Remote Learning Space

Setting up a Remote Learning Space School is about to start, and it’s not starting out how most of us had planned. Parents are stressed, teachers are stressed, everyone is just understandably stressed. Where we live, a lot of the school districts are starting out remote learning for some determined (or undetermined) length of time.Continue reading “Setting up a Remote Learning Space”