There’s a lot of information out there on the benefits of a great morning routine. It can set you up for the day, you have time on your side in case the alarm clock doesn’t go off and you can get yourself and your children up and ready without panic, stress and too much shouting. But a great evening routine can lighten the load from your morning by getting the important stuff prepared and out of the way the night before. Check out this post on why a great evening routine can save you time and stress for the next day.
Do you ever go to your wardrobe in the morning to get dressed but can’t find anything to wear, despite it being full of clothes? Read my post on how to make it simpler for yourself – declutter your wardrobe and love your clothes.
How many times have you wished for more hours in the day, more free time and less commitments? Time that’s not already allocated to doing something, going somewhere or seeing someone. Is your calendar crammed full of appointments and engagements, with too few blank spaces? The list of commitments can be endless. With so much going on we struggle to keep up with it all and can end up frustrated, worn out, demoralised and resentful. If you’re struggling to keep on top of things, check out this post on how to simplify your calendar and be more intentional with your time.
Do you ever struggle with getting everything done for the day? Whether you’re a stay at home mum or work outside of the home, there never seems to be enough time. Do you feel constantly busy throughout the day? Yet, come the evening, wonder what you’ve achieved as you’ve still got lots to do even by bedtime? I felt like this too but I saved by sanity and enjoyed my day by doing one simple thing… I got up earlier and used the time to set myself up for the day! Check out this post about how setting up a morning routine saved my sanity.