Hi everyone! I'm working on taglines for my site and can't decide which to go with. Can you give me an idea of which you like best? 1. Time Tested Organizing Tips from a Naturally Disorganized…Continue
Hi Everyone! I've been inactive in the 48 Days community for awhile as I've been focusing all my efforts on creating a new blog/website. Initially when I started my entrepreneurial venture, I…Continue
Hello everyone! I would love some input on how best to deal with "imposter syndrome". The business venture I've been trying hasn't been particularly successful (people love what I do, but I'm not…Continue
**I know this is a little late in me bringing this content over from my blog, but I still thought the information may be useful to you all, so I decided to post it anyways! Enjoy! - Lesley**
First off, I want to wish you and your family a belated Merry Christmas! You may have noticed that I didn’t post last week, but I strongly believe in spending the Christmas season and holiday with family, so I made that my first priority. Once again, I wanted to show you some photos of…Continue
When you are just beginning your decluttering process, it can be overwhelming to decide where to start first. What’s most important? Common spaces where everyone gathers and contributes to the mess? Places that guests see? The overflowing pile of papers in your office that distracts you from the work you need to be getting done? Or the heaps of clothes and toiletries in your bathroom and closet?
I find with decluttering that leading by example is often the best way to go. (…Continue
Let’s talk about making the distinction between a “must-have” item and a “nice-to-have” item. This is another difficult type of clutter to deal with. Distinguishing between the two can help rid your home and life of a lot of unnecessary things. (Click to Tweet!)
So what is a must-have item? I like to think of them as things you honestly can’t or shouldn’t live without. Examples may be soap, toothbrush, basic clothing, forks/knives/spoons, plates,…Continue
Getting your things organized can feel overwhelming at times, especially when you are just starting out and don’t really know where to begin. When this is the case, sometimes it helps to just ignore the abundance of advice out there and just keep three things in mind when you are looking at an item and trying to decide what to do with it.
Your three goals should be: