As a mum, I have been to quite a few kids’ birthday parties, not to mention I have had to plan a few myself. The invitations, the food, the games, the party bags…….then the clean up.
The day is hectic, kids are loving every moment of their special day and there is nothing more special for their friends than to get a party bag at the end of the day. Just what they need right, more lollies after a day of gorging on sweets. Well, I am happy to say that when I organised personalised notepads for the little guests at my daughter’s party, they were ecstatic. What child doesn’t like a colourful, fun notepad with their name on it. Needless to say, the party was a hit and kids went home with a fun and unique gift that will last a little longer than some more candy in their pockets.
Our homes can feel so full of clutter that it overwhelms us and we give up before we have even started. If we break the mammoth task of decluttering our homes into small parts and babystepswe can make it seem possible. To find those baby steps I developed the Stop, Focus, Notice strategy.
Thereisa way to get more out of your 24 hours — and it doesn’t involve rising at 4 am or just hustling harder. Nope, it’s all about just making a few simple tweaks to steal back the time you’re likely losing to procrastination, multitasking and other distractions.