- Plan your meals – Every week look at your diary so you know what’s happening. Plan your menu and shop online.
- Declutter your home – Get rid of the things you don’t need, make more space and it’s easier to keep clean and tidy.
- Say no and own it – Be firm in saying no to things that aren’t important to you.
- Your clothes – Only keep things that you love and make you feel good.
- Paper clutter – Sort through it often, set up a filing system and shred the rest.
- Keep your home tidy – Put things away regularly throughout the day. Encourage your kids to help with tidying up.
- Your time – Find ways to be more productive and efficient, don’t waste time on things that don’t matter. Be intentional about how your spend your day.
- Your finances – May your monthly income and outgoings, plan to save more.
- Your evenings – Prepare for the next day and find time to unwind and relax before bed.
- Your mornings – Create a morning routine that sets you up for the day ahead.
- Your health & fitness – Find simple, realistic ways to incorporate healthy eating and exercise into your day.
- Declutter your mind – Do a brain dump to get your thoughts down on paper. Get clarity and develop actions points.
- Relationships – Invest your time and energy on those that count.
- Your self care – Put yourself first every now and then. You’re important.
- Get organised – Cut the stress, stop winging it. Plan and prepare.
- Chores & housework – Establish simple routines to keep your home clean, little and often. Set up a rota and delegate if you can.
- Your daily routines – Find ways to do things you need to do as well as what you WANT to do by creating a flexible daily routine to keep you on track.
- Your clutter – Not just physical clutter but clutter in all its shapes and forms.
- Your expectations – Be realistic and focus on your priorities.
- Ditch things that bring you down – Get intentional about making your life count.
If you are doing even some of them, you are living a good life. Don’t be too hard on yourself.
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