You probably started the year off with a plan. When your goals were fresh, you were determined to start strong. This is the point in the year when you are probably starting to taper off. Life gets in the way of all the things you want to do and chaos may be starting to settle in again, especially when you have young kids at home. Don’t be discouraged! We have some ways you can tame the chaos in 2018 and keep your life running smoothly with kids.
It’s the start of a new year and you are probably tempted to make ALL THE RESOLUTIONS. Before you do, stop right there. We both know you’ll just end up burned out and frustrated.
The reality is, most resolutions fail. The likelihood of your resolutions still being on track by the end of January are slim, UNLESS you are smart about it.
I’m a big fan of to-do lists. I always have one on my desk. It’s usually way too long, but there’s something so satisfying about checking things off the list and seeing some progress during the day.
They can be a little bit overwhelming too, though, can’t they?
Once you get to the point when your to-do list becomes more than you can reasonably tackle in a day, it’s probably time to push things to another day. For days like that, we love this to-do list. It helps you prioritize the things that absolutely have to happen in a day, and move the rest to later.
I swear my family takes more electronics with us when we travel than anything else. The sheer volume of cords and wires that end up shoved into our suitcases and carry on bags is a bit ridiculous. All of those cords and wires have to be organized or they just end up in a jumbled mess. Fortunately, we have some great solutions for you to help you keep your cords organized while traveling and focus on the things that are really important like making some amazing memories.