In the email newsletter, I shared some pics of my decluttered sweater collection. Anytime you think you don’t have enough of something – take an inventory (says the woman who thought she didn’t have ‘enough’ sweaters).
If you are an Enneagram Type 9, like me, you probably just planned along with whatever everyone else had planned. Then I had two small kids at home and found if I could plan my day it would make my life easier.
Planning your day can help you feel more proactive and relaxed. Plan your day, change your life.
And this is how we plan together when Conor has the week off work.
A list of fun things to do with your kiddos.
Enjoying your downtime without feeling like you are a lazy mom
Tips to plan your day:
Putting goals into action (setting a weekly focus)
Have running lists (meal planning book)
I feel that friendship is like a marriage, you fall in and out of love and you need to put the work in it to keep that love alive! My case for dating your friends.
What are things in your home that are a toleration? (blog post and worksheets here)
We used the Life on Purpose workbook and set out some vision for our home. Our bedroom is a space we have a vision for and we can take steps to work towards that!
In the email newsletter, you will see photos of the decluttered dresser. It can be very empowering to make progress towards the vision you have for a space.
I’d love to take this great conversation over to Facebook. Email me or message me on social media and let me know what questions you’d like to see addressed on Facebook and any stories you’d like to share.