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Organizing Fall Cleaning in Your Bullet Journal

Much like with my spring cleaning, I like to create a schedule for my fall cleaning. I start by creating a list of all the rooms in my house, written in no particular order. Once I have that list made, I have a look at my future planning layout, and pull all the items off… Continue reading Organizing Fall Cleaning in Your Bullet Journal

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Back to School: Planning Ahead

The start of a new school year can be exhausting. There are new schedules to follow, new routines to put into place, new activities to participate in, and new people to meet. Unless you and your children have kept up the same pace all summer as you did during the school year, chances are you’re… Continue reading Back to School: Planning Ahead

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Back to School: Creating a Routine

Transitioning from the unstructured, care-free days of summer to a daily schedule of school, after-school activities, and homework can be stressful and frustrating for both parents and children. It doesn’t have to be. The key to success is getting back into a routine before the school year starts. Ideally, you want to start two weeks… Continue reading Back to School: Creating a Routine

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Time Management: Tips and Tricks for Creating a Daily Routine

You can create the best daily routine, planned from the minute you wake up until the minute you go to bed, but if it doesn’t work with your lifestyle then you are not going to follow it. One of the first things you need to do when creating a daily routine is to capitalize on… Continue reading Time Management: Tips and Tricks for Creating a Daily Routine

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Weekly Cleaning: Organizing Your Schedule and Planning in Your Bullet Journal

Once you have created a weekly cleaning schedule, you might need some help getting it implemented into your daily life. Keep in mind that there is an adjustment period to starting anything new, and routines especially take time before they become, well, routine. As I mentioned in my last post, I utilize several methods to… Continue reading Weekly Cleaning: Organizing Your Schedule and Planning in Your Bullet Journal

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Weekly Cleaning: Create a Schedule That Works For You

The first thing you need to do when creating a cleaning schedule is make sure that it works for your lifestyle. I’ve been following a cleaning schedule for the past year-and-a-half that was created when I still had kids living at home. We were deep in the throes of senior year of high school and… Continue reading Weekly Cleaning: Create a Schedule That Works For You

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Spring Cleaning: Organizing Your Schedule

Once I have my list of rooms printed, and an end date in mind, I begin to create my schedule. I have done this in two ways: the first was to print blank monthly calendar pages from the Internet, and assign rooms to each week. The other was to list out the rooms, and then… Continue reading Spring Cleaning: Organizing Your Schedule