Recently I have been trying to figure out the best system for organizing my home business. Here are the problems that I need solved…
Are you struggling to get everything done? Do you find yourself wishing you could start better habits? Starting with a small routine can really help to reach these goals. Here is a great way to start…
Welcome to the finding planner peace series. This series will be an in depth look at the many different types of planners out there. This will cover broad classes of planners as well as specific brands. I will dive into the pros and cons of each planner type. Keep in mind that these are my opinions based on the type of planning that I like. Also, I’m not even going to pretend like I have tried every planner out there, I have NOT! These reviews are for actual products that I have used and purchased with my own money.
The goal of this series is to examine each of the types of planners and to finally find planner peace (and if there is such a thing). My aim is to help you find a planner that will suite your needs without having to buy a bunch of different things (unless your into that). Throughout this entire series I will be rating each planner based on a few different factors.
Here is the scale:
Be on the lookout for the first post about Ring Bound Planners!!!!
Have you found planner peace? What criteria would you use to judge planners? Let me know in the comments below.
When my busy schedule and over active brain get the best of me, and I find myself feeling overwhelmed these are the things I do most often to get organized. #1 alone keeps me sane on a daily basis. Most of these only take a few minutes.
Brain dumping…You know how you feel when you finally release a giant load you have been holding on to for far too long? Have you ever been constipated so badly that all you can think about is how to expel this waste that is clogging up your insides? I am, of course, talking about brain dumping – the process of letting out a large steamy load of thoughts that are clouding your brain. If you suffer from any of these symptoms then this may be the post for you!!!
With the start of a new year just around the corner I thought this would be the perfect kick off post. I love to plan and organize. I find that it saves me so much time, not to mention it alleviates a lot of my anxiety. I use planning to help cope with stress, stay organized, and accomplish my never-ending list of mom tasks. My planner is my happy place. Actually any kind of organizing is my happy place I guess you could say I an organizeaholic.