Not long ago we came back home after a one-month vacation. The experience was so valuable to us and we all enjoyed quality time together as a family.
Coming back after the vacation, there were a lot of things pending to do. My work, my daughter’s activities, running errands, doing chores, etc.
What I want to say is there were millions of things in my head at that time. I started feeling overwhelmed. I couldn’t focus and lack of motivation to move on.
I wanted to free up my mind. While you guys do spring clean the house, I felt like I urged to spring clean my mind too. Continue reading The Most Powerful Way to Clear the Mental Clutter
I hate cleaning but I love my house to stay clean. I can’t stand a messy house and surround by clutter. There is no magic that means even though I hate to clean, I still have to do it.
The best way to cut down the time spending on cleaning is having a routine and use effective tools so you can clean your house fast and efficient.
Set one day each week to do cleaning can keep your house stay clean. I’m not talking about spending 3 or 4 hours to do this cleaning job, not deep cleaning. Doing this would make me hate cleaning even more.
I usually spend 1 hour on Sunday morning to clean the house. Today, I’d to share with you the cleaning tips that can cut down on the cleaning time and do the tasks efficiently.
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Are you a planner girl? Do you like making list of tasks every day? Do you like journaling your life? Do you like taking notes or writing quotes when you are reading? Do you have any project that you would like to keep track of it? If yes, then, a Bullet Journal is a good choice for you!
I love how I’m being productive and motivated by bullet journaling. If you don’t know what Bullet Journal is, I recommend you to go over the official Bullet Journal website. Ryder Carroll is the founder of Bullet Journal. This system is so awesome that you could customize your need. For me, I’m not 100% follow this system. I like to customize my need to make it functional.
Continue reading 3 Things I Do in my Bullet Journal to Get Me Motivated and Increase My Productivity
I was not a person born self-disciplined. It did take a lot of daily practice to make it happened. With that said, we have to train ourselves to get disciplined through practicing daily routines.
I like to be a productive person which means I could accomplish more each day. Work smarter, not harder is my slogan this year! Today, I have the following tips to share with you.
Continue reading 12 Ways to Boost Productivity that Make You Get More Done
Today, I have 7 time-saving hacks for you, busy moms. Are you a full-time working mom? Or a stay-at-home mom busy taking care of your little ones? Life is busy. We have to get a way to make ourselves easier and happier.
One of the ways to simpler our busy life is meal planning. I know it is how hard to cook when you back home after a hard working day. As a stay-at-home mom just like me, though I don’t have a 9-5 job, there are still tons of housework to do and have to make time for my daughter’s after school activities. Today, I have some tips for you to make you save much more time for yourself, and your family still have a delicious homemade meal.
Continue reading 7 Time-Saving Tips for Quick & Healthy Meals on Busy Weekdays