Sunday, 19 November 2017

Cleaning Schedule - Free Printable

Have you got places in your house that you sometimes just forget to clean and don’t really notice them until the dust on it itself catches your eye?

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Well, I’ve got such spots. I see them when I do deep cleanings and it makes the whole process never-ending because I have to clean all those things that I forgot about at once. I also see them when guests are about to come, and I nervously clean them, telling myself that next time I have to remember about them. But guess what - I forget again or I’ve got some other things to do and I put it off.

Sunday, 12 November 2017

12 YouTube Channels, Apps and Blogs About Cleaning And Organizing - Cleaning Motivation

Last week I published another chapter of The Challenge Book, with a 30-day cleaning challenge, which is a source of cleaning tips and motivation. Since I started learning about organizing my life and time management, cleaning has been a big part of that. Bigger than I realized. How can I have a peaceful, organized life, when my space is cluttered? How can I manage my time, when I spend most of it on looking for things in my house because I never know where they are?

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I don't like cleaning. That's why I always try new methods to make it quicker and easier. I also need a ton of motivation. Below I listed all people (and apps) from the Internet which inspire me in terms of cleaning.

Sunday, 5 November 2017

The Challenge Book: Cleaning

This month's chapter of The Challenge Book is all about cleaning. I tried to include both - everyday tasks, and those that we don't do very often. You can use it as a checklist for deep cleaning or as a cleaning schedule. If you finish all challenges you can go through them again. This PDF includes specific areas in a house that need to be cleaned and tips on how to do this.

Sunday, 29 October 2017

How To Slow Down And Relax - 10 Tips

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 Sometimes I have moments in my life when I stress too much, I’m sure we all have them. Small amounts of stress in particular situations may be motivating, but when I’m in a stressful situation for more than one day, it starts to eat me from inside, and I begin to worry about everything, even about things that normally I wouldn’t care about. When this process begins it’s really difficult for me to stop it. Even making lists and organizing everything doesn’t help.

Saturday, 21 October 2017

How To ManageYour Time When You're Busy And Overwhelmed

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All of us have those moments sometimes, when we feel tired, frustrated, with not enough time and too many responsibilities.

Last year, tempted by additional income and possibilities of development, I agreed to take a side job. Shortly after I realized that it wasn’t a good decision. It consumed too much of my time, and was very stressful.

Sunday, 15 October 2017

9 Ways To Make Lists

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Without further ado here's a list of ways to make all kinds of lists and notes.

Sunday, 8 October 2017

6 Things I've Learned About Making Lists

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I come to work, make my coffee, surf on the Internet a little bit, look through documents on my desk, I choose the most urgent work to do and I start doing it. Sounds like a normal work day and it could actually work, but then the desk phone rings, my boss comes to me and waits when I finish the call to tell me something, I can see another person approaching my desk, everyone’s work is always so important, it can’t wait even five minutes. At the same time my cell phone rings, I can see some emails coming in. After I handle all of those things, there is a very, very important meeting that no one knew about before and when it’s all over I sit back to my desk and I completely don’t remember what I was doing.