With offices becoming smaller and cost per square metre increasing, holding onto clutter and stuff comes at a cost, not only to our quality of life and productivity it also comes at a cost to our planet. Continue reading
With the constant flow of new responsibilities and roles filtering into our workload, how are we to keep track of meeting notes, searching for files, and trying to stay up-to-date? In most cases it comes at a cost, a cost on our time, relationships and health.
I speak from experience, in my previous life I was consumed by my job, excelling in a male dominated industry, I identified myself though my career and I loved it. As the hours grew longer and workload increased, so did my clutter. Too busy focusing on my role and not on my health, I found out the true cost of clutter and disorganisation.
Clutter Isn’t Just Physical
My clutter was not physical clutter, it was the stuff I carried around in my head, massive to do list’s, plans and ideas, meetings, targets to meet and managing a sales team. Don’t get me wrong I loved it but my body was telling me a very different story.
How do we cope when we are pinged, tweeted, zoomed, facetimed trying to function on a diet of constant learning to keep up with new things, sifting through information, swapping quickly between tasks and multitasking? Generally speaking…not very well Continue reading
I am very pleased to bring you this guest blog written by Nathalie Ricaud professional organiser and the founder of Get Organised & Beyond. She helps women who feel overwhelmed by all the stuff they’ve accumulated in their homes or all the activities they’re trying to fit into their schedule let go of the unneeded and unloved so that they can make room for the important things in their life. She’s the author of a blog and is regularly published in print and online media. She’s also a regular speaker at events and conferences.
The 3 indispensable tools of a good time manager
Do you ever feel like there just aren’t enough hours in a day to get things done? That you have little time if any to do the things you truly enjoy? That you are struggling to juggle work and family? Well I have developed an introductory time management coaching programme to address just these issues. In this programme I help my clients put in place 3 tools that are indispensable to regain control over their time and sanity. Interested to know what these tools are? Continue reading