Five things to do instead of aimless scrolling on Facebook to be more productive

Do you reach for Facebook as soon as you wake up in the morning? Pick it up again multiple times in the day? Do you check it last thing before you go to bed? Do you feel low or just blah after scrolling and scrolling and comparing yourself to everyone you see on Facebook? Facebook Read More

A yearly overhaul makes the year ahead easier

Since I returned to work after my first son was born (almost 13 years ago), I’ve taken time off over the Christmas holidays. To fill in my days (and to make the year ahead easier), I undertake a yearly overhaul of many of the systems in our home. This year has been just the same Read More

Your daily routine is the key to making your new years resolutions come true

  So you’ve had some time off enjoying the festive season, set yourself some goals for the new year… now what?  How are you going to  get your goals off the page and into your life?  Here’s how my clients have great success. Break goals down Choose one goal and break it  down into tiny Read More

Create a life you love with a daily routine

Over the next few weeks on Facebook and my Website I will be looking at the things you can do each day to create a life that you love. I will encourage you to make conscious choices through a daily and weekly routine, next-action to-do list and reminders on your phone in an effort to move away from “I’m so busy” Read More

How to: Easy storage for toys

Over the past few weeks we have looked at lots of techniques to let go of stuff. Last week we used the Space & Time’s Organising S.Y.S.T.E.M © to sort and declutter toys to wrangle back control from too many toys. Now, let’s look at easy storage for toys. The purpose of easy storage is to create a Read More

Too much stuff!

Over the last couple of months my blogs and posts have focused on how we use our time and setting up and keeping Healthy Habits. Over the next 2 months I’d like to share my storage and space saving ideas. Firstly we will look at why we have too much stuff. In the following weeks Read More