Space and Time Case Study – an energising weekly routine

My clients come from lots of places. Many of them are supported by NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme), some are older clients recovering from illness, some are younger with challenges with their time or their stuff. I love working with them all.  But when it comes down to it, my ideal clients are professional working Read More

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

Returning to work in the new year?

    Are you returning to work after maternity leave or absence of some sort? Here’s 9 tips to set you up for success. Be kind to yourself Mums are very good at berating themselves. Make a plan to give yourself some grace and know that it will take some adjustment to a new routine. 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

Add school dates to an electronic calendar to avoid tears and tantrums

Have your kids come home in tears because they’ve missed a school dress up day? Or have YOU ended up in tears because you’ve taken the kids to school on a curriculum day?  Reduce the chance of these distressing occurrences happening by adding school dates to an electronic calendar now! Schools often release important dates Read More

7 things to do while the kettle is boiling to make a difference to your day

We have had our kettle for close to 20 years. Hence it is very slow to boil. In fact, it takes 5 min 28 seconds. It made me think how I could use this time to make a difference to my day. Here’s the list of things that can be difficult to squeeze into your Read More

At home with a Professional Organiser

For most of my adult life I’ve been an overthinker. I’ll blame it on my perfectionist Mum. I’m always weighing up the pros and cons of things, the smartest option, the best way to use my time . Thinking in this way for everything that I do can be exhausting. I’ve created lots of routines Read More

Too much to do? Create a weekly routine

Do you struggle with keeping up with all the you need to do during the week?  Bills paid late? Arriving late for appointments? If you’re struggling  to get things done try these 4 tips to create a weekly routine .   (weekly planner pictured here available at theorganisedhousewife.com.au) The Week Ahead The most important weekly Read More

How to: Speed cleaning is so easy

The term Speed Cleaning was coined a few years ago in a book of the same name by Shannon Lush and Jennifer Fleming . Page 5 reads “The approach can be summed up in one word – systems. Having systems in place will mean your house will run more smoothly and efficiently. The best news is Read More

7 Strategies to Start a Revolution and Make Cooking Fun! – Dr. Mark Hyman

Super busy lives mean many of us shy away from cooking. Juggling to-do lists, demanding jobs, children’s busy schedules, and perhaps less-than-stellar skills in the kitchen, cooking seems to slide way down on our list of priorities. My lofty goal involves shifting people’s perception about working with food and creating a meal. We have raised a Read More