Have you ever felt that life would be easier if you were just a bit more… organised?
That things would work more smoothly? That you wouldn’t lose things? Perhaps you’re sick of getting places late. Or you just want a little more time. We all could use just a little more time.
Back in 2014, I was working full time as a teacher. We had our eldest son in full time childcare, and I was pregnant with our youngest son. I was constantly rushing everywhere, frantically trying to get my work done so I could spend those precious hours with my family. I was running a home, looking after our finances, trying to make sure everyone was eating well and we had enough food in the fridge, and trying to build a community in the area we had just moved to.
Life was stressful.
While I was on maternity leave with my second child, I made plans. I didn’t want to live that chaotic, messy life any longer, where it felt like I was barely keeping the plates spinning.
Enter The Organised Life Project.
This is my project to help me to get organised. Each month, I have one focus. I break this focus into weekly and daily tasks, and gradually, I’ve seen my life really get into order. There’s order in my home, in my family’s life, in my finances and my wardrobe. I finally feel like I’m in control of those spinning plates.
I want to invite you to join me in The Organised Life Project.
Through decluttering our homes, establishing routines, carving out some time to tend to our spiritual lives, our physical lives and our emotional lives, we’re gradually making things better. We take it slowly, giving it time for the routines to develop and establish themselves. With kindness and gentleness, we’re making our lives a bit more peaceful. We’re finding purpose in our roles at home, at work and in ourselves. We’re being present in our families and in our spiritual lives.
So here’s your invitation: if you want a more peaceful, purposeful life, come and join The Organised Life Project. I promise you won’t regret it.