2 Minute Tip: ERRANDS BY ROUTE

2 Minute Tip: ERRANDS BY ROUTE

On your “To Do” or “NEXT ACTION” lists, consider having an “errands” section. Map out your route for your errand runs so that you are taking care of all errands in the same neighborhood at once. Your efficiency will save you time...
2 Minute Tip:  SHOPPING LIST

2 Minute Tip: SHOPPING LIST

The old adage “Don’t go to the grocery store hungry” rings true. When you go to the grocery store or Costco, go on a full stomach and bring a list (divided by type: produce, grains, dairy, cleaning supplies, etc.). You’ll save money buying only the things on your...
2 Minute Tip: “NEXT ACTION” LIST

2 Minute Tip: “NEXT ACTION” LIST

While your “Master Project List” contains all your high-level “outcomes” you’d like to accomplish within a certain time period, your “next action” list contains the more immediate tasks or “next actions” related to those...
2 Minute Tip: MASTER PROJECT LIST

2 Minute Tip: MASTER PROJECT LIST

Your Master Project List serves as the repository for ALL the organizing, household, and other projects you need (or would like) to do.  It helps you prioritize What REALLY needs to be done (1st priority)What you’d like to get to sometime in the next couple...
2 Minute Tip: ORGANIZATIONAL HABITS

2 Minute Tip: ORGANIZATIONAL HABITS

Whether it’s washing the dishes right after a meal or filing every day, being organized has a lot to do with habits. It’s just as easy to be in the habit of washing dishes right after a meal as NOT washing dishes right after a meal. Watch a person a highly organized...