What I have noticed so far in my routine is that I feel accomplished, energetic, and more joyful in my days. These routines incorporate my necessary tasks to complete as a mom and homebody. It also includes time to eat and move, as well as my hobbies I enjoy. When school begins, I am looking forward to having a center of wellness daily rather than just working toward the weekend.
The solution to the following: "Mrs. Cullip, I do not have a pencil!" "I could not do my bell ringer, because I did not have a pencil." "May I have a pencil?" "I cannot find a pencil" "I left my pencil in my last class" "I gave my pencil to a friend."
I am in the middle of cleaning my home office. I am motivated to keep the papers where the papers belong and not return to the abyss in this file box pictured above. So, what do I do with all the papers that do not need to be saved or what do I do if I do not have the time to do something with the paper as soon as I get it? (Although, I have found to be the best method) I have put together a system that is going to work great! It may work for you too!
You may ask what on earth does my daily priorities have to do with a morning smoothie. Well, other than my health is one of upmost priorities, these are two things that I do most mornings to begin my day that leads me toward a successful start which empowers me to keep on going through the afternoon and the evening.
Gulp! What on earth do I do with all of this?? How do I make it better this semester, so I do not have to spend hours sorting, purging and organizing through all the paper at the end?