My free tools to help you get organized
I know why you are here. You are feeling the stress of finding enough time to get everything done and to live with purpose.
Maybe you have mentally set aside the crumbs piling up in the corners of your kitchen floor because the pile of paperwork on your desk is more pressing.
Perhaps events and responsibilities stack up in your life, but they don’t seem to always be pushing the needle forward in the way you had hoped – other than making life incredibly busy.
It might seem like the free time that you do have is spent in shut-down mode, watching shows or checking Facebook.
I want you to succeed – every day, from the moment you wake up until the moment you go to bed. I want you to live a life that is not full of tasks, but full of purpose.
Step 1: Begin with Life Purpose
Living full of purpose is a tall order! It will take some time and dedication to doing a bit of homework – spending time thinking about YOU, and the things nearest and dearest to your heart.
I have created a course to walk you through this very thing. 7 Days to a Purposeful, Organized Life will take you from creating a personal mission statement to how to live that mission out from the time you wake up until bedtime.
Step 2: A Clean and Orderly Home
Your home is the place where you and your family need order and peace. Your home is the place where you welcome people into your life and get to know them on a new level, sharing meals, conversation, drinks, games. Your home should be a retreat, not somewhere you retreat from by flipping on the TV or your phone.
Your home needs to be kept tidy and clean – for health, for sanity, for warmth, for enjoyment. I will say – this is not my forté! I have to work hard to keep my home clean – I would so much rather do something that feels productive (as in – it stays done and is not undone in a matter of hours or even minutes).
I needed a rotating chore list so that every day I could stay on target for keeping my home a place of blessing to myself, my family, and our friends. How do you benefit from this? I have made my rotating chore list into a daily email you can subscribe to. I include a morning and evening routine as well as chores that rotate based on day of the week, and seasonal or monthly chores for that day.