We are left at home with more time than ever! Some have baked, cooked, exercised, and even organized their home and time! All that is great!
I created a poll on Instagram and the result showed that 69% of the people have dedicated their time organizing their home. I am so happy about these results that I decided to write about it.
Being organized is my life. I love to have goals to pursue. I achieve them, little by little, but chasing dreams takes an extra effort. Finishing college has been an extra push from myself and my family. This is just an example of what you can accomplish when you set your mind to something.
Have you been watching Netflix, reviewing all the series, and new movies that are there to watch? Binge-watching for days, and then you realized I have done nothing but watching TV? Or, did you baked and cooked new recipes, sewing, crocheting, or whichever your new hobby is? I am not criticizing! I have done the same things. A time-out from reality is good, we all need that!
However, my resting days have passed. By the way, they started at the end of April when I finished school 🙂 and now I am looking back at my life goals! My life without goals is like a life with no direction.
So, here are my two easy steps to be organized, and I always use them to put my thoughts into paper.
Once a week, I sit down to write the things I need to get done for the week. These things are not just tasks for the home or errands. They always include something I need to do in order to achieve something. Write them down and track them during your week to see how you did.
Daily To-do Lists:
Write down your tasks and small goals you have for the day. You can easily be reminded of what you need to do just by looking at the list.
To help you get organized, you will receive a pop-up form that will provide you Weekly and Daily to-do lists in PDF format (click here if you missed it). You can print them many times as you like.
I hope these simple steps are the base to set you to be well organized. You will feel that you are accomplishing your goals!
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Lou is the writer behind the Mama Multitasking blog. I am a wife, mom, blogger, public relations communications, and digital marketing graduate. I started this journey with a Facebook page in 2015, which became a blog in 2016.
In this blog, I share my passion for being organized in life and personal income.
I found myself being a multitasking mom, doing lots of things for myself and my family. I focus on organizing my time and money to maximize my everyday life.
Follow me, and together we will learn, grow, and laugh. Let’s enjoy this mama life!