It's no secret that I currently have a lot on my plate - motherhood, planning for a big cross country move this summer, every day life stuff and more. It's also no secret that I enjoy being organized. With everything resting on my shoulders, I have lists and lists galore. Those lists are working for
Learn how to use sticky notes in a bullet journal. Create a sticky note planning system and change your schedule to more flexible one, keep a track of dynamic family tasks, remember about last-minute things to do, and create only one bujo spread for repeating tasks #anjahome #bulletjournal alt=
Write your go-to dishes on sticky tabs and arrange them by type (pasta, veggies, protein, etc.). At the beginning of each week, you move the dishes you plan to prepare onto a calendar and then put together your shopping list. Learn more about this time-saving strategy and print out the templates at Home Made by Carmona.
I've been working on getting offline more often and for me, that also meant moving some of my favorite tools offline. I've been using www.trello.com as a SCRUM/Kanban board for a while and really enjoying the customizability of it's workflows, but every time I logged on, it required using the internet and invited distraction. I've been using the offline board for several weeks and I really love it. There's something about physically writing and moving the sticky notes that helps me mentally…