How to Stop Over Planning and Cure Your Procrastination

How to Stop Over Planning and Cure Your Procrastination

When it comes to remedies to cure procrastination, many experts say that planning is the answer and whilst I would agree that in some instances it can be. It can also be an obstacle. It’s okay to spend time planning but, if you have trouble moving beyond the planning stage and getting bogged down in […]

How to Overcome Procrastination and Get That Project Finished

Overcome Procrastination and Get That Project Finished

We all have them, those big projects that need to be completed. They stay there on our wish list or to-do list. I really must tackle the garden, there is so much clutter in the garage that you can’t get the car in, I really must clean it out. Perhaps you’re one of the many […]

Take Time to Live a Purposeful and Meaningful Life

Stop living a life of quiet desperation

Take Time to Live a Purposeful and Meaningful Life

Do you take time to live a purposeful and meaningful life? If you ask the average person if their life has purpose and meaning, you’re likely to only receive a few nods. Most people live a life of quiet desperation. It’s common for them to feel dissatisfied and disillusioned with life and to wonder what […]

Does Your Business Get in The Way of a Family Life?

Does Your Business Get in The Way of a Family Life

Do you spend so much time making your business a success that it has started to impact on your relationship with your family? If so perhaps it’s time to readdress the balance. It’s understandable that you have allowed your business to take precedence over everything else, after all, it pays the mortgage and you probably […]

How to Use Time Management to Remain Focused and Composed

How to Use Time Management to Remain Focused and Composed

Using time management skills on a regular basis will help you to remain focused and composed. Taking the time to manage your schedule will help you to be more effective with your usage of time. You will be able to plot time blocks and anticipate events. You will also be better able to identify priorities […]

How to Make Time for Exercise in Your Life

How to Make Time for Exercise in Your Life

As we approach the end of January, many people are discovering that it’s hard to make time for exercise. According to an article published in the Daily Telegraph, the most popular New Year’s resolution for 2017 is to exercise more. Whilst very commendable, many people make New Year’s resolutions without really thinking them through. We […]

3 Time Management Skills You Must Get to Be Good At

Goal setting, Prioritisation and Organisation

3 Time Management Skills You Must Get to Be Good At

Time management systems will vary from person to person and so they should. Your Time management system should be unique to you. However, regardless of what system you use, there are three key time management skills that you need to become proficient in. Goal setting, Prioritising and Organising. My definition of time management is doing […]

How to Keep Clutter at Bay for Good

How to Keep Clutter at Bay for Good

Congratulations, if you’ve been following the organisations and decluttering tips in this series you will now have cleaned up the clutter! Now let’s keep clutter at bay and organization and order in place. If you need to revisit previous posts in the series you can find them here: Keep clutter at bay with the following maintenance […]

How to Declutter Your Home Room by Room

How to Declutter Your Home Room by Room

As we come to the end of this series on decluttering and getting organised in support of National Get Organised month. It’s time to put in to practice everything that we have learnt so far, as you start to declutter your home. As you go about decluttering it’s important to remember that different types of […]

How to Decide If to Keep an Item When Decluttering

To keep, To throw, To donate

How to Decide If to Keep an Item When Decluttering

The number one issue most people have when they decide to start decluttering and get organised is knowing what to keep, and what to throw away or donate. In yesterdays post we looked at how to prepare to declutter. A big part of getting decluttering and getting organised is to get rid of stuff that […]