There are many areas of your house that naturally get neglected over the cooler months. But as the warmer weather creeps up on us, it’s time to make a plan for what needs your attention. To help you organize your thoughts, I’ve created a spring cleaning checklist, which includes over 20 things that (probably) need cleaning! This cleaning list is not meant to overwhelm you; take these things one day at a time!
If you’re a tech loving mama that’s looking for a new way to organize her to-do list, it’s time for you to meet my favorite task management app: Asana! It’s the best app (that I’ve found) to help combat the feeling of overwhelm that usually accompanies a long to-do list. Oh, and did I mention: IT’S FREE!
As the holiday decorations start to get put away, you’re probably thinking ahead to the new year. A new year means an opportunity for a clean slate, a fresh start. And as you work towards that fresh start, you’re probably looking for organization projects to tackle around the house. But what’s going to provide the biggest transformation? What should you organize first? Keep reading for my list of 12 things to organize for a fresh start in the new year!
I know that in order to accomplish everything on your list, you’re willing to sacrifice sleep. Whether it’s staying up later, or getting up earlier, you’re losing precious time to rest so that you can accomplish all the housework, your actual work, or to just simply have some peace and quiet. But when you push sleep to the bottom of you priority list, you’re really doing yourself a disservice. In this post I’m going to break down why moms need to stop sacrificing sleep.
Last year was…WEIRD. So I get not wanting to invest in a new planner, because we just don’t know what this new year has in store for us. But I also get that you need something to help collect your thoughts, because #mombrain. So I want to offer another option: Printable planners! Keep reading to find out why I’m obsessed with printable planners, and where you can snag one for yourself!