Hey lovelies! I don’t know about you but come fall time everything in my life gets hectic! I have mastered the art of staying on organized and staying on top of appointments, bills, meetings, and all that good stuff! Lets chat!
This first tip probably seems obvious, but a good agenda book will help immensely in keeping you organized. Invest in a agenda book that won’t fall apart, and has plenty of space for all the notes you want it to hold. Hold yourself responsible for filling in appointment times, meeting places and even when you need to go grocery shopping! Make sure to take it with you on the go, so you can plan out your week and know what the day holds. Buying stickers and fun tape can help keep your mind on organization.
One tip that helps me stay organized is having a cork board in my kitchen with a list of things to do that week, and other notes. This way when I wake up in the morning and drink my coffee I can look over the things on my board and see what needs to be done. You can buy a cork board at any craft store, retail store, or Five and Below for inexpensive. Make a cork board almost like a vision board, with pictures and stickers, things that will draw and keep your attention. Also keep sticky notes and a pen attached to the board so you can easily write in notes.
Keep a bill envelope or folder in your pocket book, or in an area of that house where you can easily access it. Having all your bills in one spot, allows you to see what needs to be paid and on what date. Write when bills need to be paid in your agenda book, and every pay check put money aside for those bills. Add the bill and check to an envelope and drop it in the mailbox on your way out. Don’t overlook bills because they make you stressed, stay on top of the payments, and when they’re due.
An awesome way to save money is by using coupons, the key though is making sure you have the exact coupon you need when you need it. Create a small coupon book that you can carry with you, so you always have the one you need! Print coupons off the computer, or cut them out of a flyer or magazine. Organize your coupon book by food, retail, and other, so you can keep them organized and all in the right place. This will help you save money and stay organized.
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Plan your meals in the beginning of the week, and meal prep lunches and dinners for yourself. Creating a meal plan and schedule for meal prepping will help you stay organized and keep you from eating out. You won’t have to freight about making dinner for yourself every night, and instead you’ll have a prepared meal to come home to!