In this article, I’ll outline how to create realistic goals and how you can organize them so that you can see progress along the way and be motivated to work towards the things you want for the year ahead.
Being in a clutter-free room can clear mental clutter by giving you the sense that things are open and clear, and that everything is in its place. Any type of mental clutter can slow you down, physically and psychologically. Tidying up your physical space greatly encourages and improves mental clarity.
There is something about the new year beginning that conjures up images of starting fresh and getting things for the months ahead. It is no surprise then that one of the most popular resolutions every year is getting organized. Here are 4 tips to help you get organized in the new year.
Clutter can be both physically and mentally draining. Simply seeing piles of accumulated items or things that you need to organize, signals to your brain that there is something you need to attend to, which can make it difficult to relax. By recognizing how clutter affects you, you are taking steps towards self-care.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season are upon us, and we all have so many things to do to prepare. With so much to do, from what needs to get done to what you want to get done, it can be challenging to know where to begin. Read on for useful tips on how to get organized for the holidays, such as making time for important activities, decorating, shopping, and planning ahead for next year.
The arrival of winter often means spending more time indoors to avoid the cold weather, which is the perfect time to do things inside. If you need an activity that is productive and rewarding, I’ve got a few decluttering projects for you and your family.
Winter does not have to turn your home into a storm of coats and gloves. Taking some simple steps to organize your everyday winter gear and outdoor sports equipment can help you and your family find things for when you need them throughout the winter.