Here are 6 tips to help you go through your days when a large project falls on you and disrupts your routine.
Feeling embarrassed about using a paper planner when everyone around you is using a digital one? Even though there are compelling reasons for using a digital planner, the most important is to have a planner that works for you. Learn how to select the right planner.
Do you often say yes because you feel bad saying no, and end up feeling miserable for having said yes? While it’s certainly not easy to say no, I’ve learnt over the years that it’s necessary. And the good news is, the more you say it, the easier it becomes.
There’s no doubt that to contain the spread of COVID-19, the best solution is to limit physical interactions, and as a result, many people have been asked to work from home. But as much as we love our spouse and children, getting some work done while spending 24/7 with them can be challenging.
As a professional organiser and time management coach who help people bring efficiency into their life, but also as someone who has been working from home for the last 15 years, I can tell you that, whether you like it or not, you’re going to need some structure and discipline if you want to come out of this with your sanity intact.
No matter how well we plan our days, we all face those days when we have too much to do or when an unexpected event throws our plans off – whether it’s a boss or client having an urgent request or a child being down with high fever and who needs to be taken to the doctor. So how to handle those days without the stress building up, but instead experience a sense of accomplishment?
Welcome to Get Organised & Beyond organisation tips blog!
Written by Professional Organiser Nathalie Ricaud, this blog is the place for you to find plenty of tips on decluttering, home organisation, kids' organisation, paper management and time management to help you make your life a little more organised! Happy reading and organising!