Shopping is one of my favourite pastimes, but I also love to save money. How do I combine those two passions for spending and saving bliss (without clipping coupons)? Read on and discover the 3 simple ways this Canadian spender saves those precious dollars! Continue reading
Do you have a Traveler’s Notebook? If you do, you need to fill it up with inserts to suit your needs. Even if you don’t have a TN, the inserts available are so awesome! They are a great portable size to take on the go or tuck inside your purse.
Currently I have a monthly planner, a bullet journal, an expense planner, meal planner, and a blog planner… and there are many other options out there.
I love my planner. Within it lies just about everything I need to plan my days, record events, and keep track of to-do’s. Sure, there’s an app for everything, and I’ve tried using apps to organize my life but they have never seemed to do the trick. I do use my cell phone to set alarms, but I’m a visual person… calendars that are out of sight are out of mind! There’s something about having a hard copy, about physically writing things out that helps me to get things done and remember important dates.
The style of planner I use is called a Traveler’s Notebook. Continue reading
Most people know what a Type A personality is, and we often think of those individuals as superior. In fact, they do have a lot of great traits that come in handy when managing a home and family. They’re driven go-getters, who like to get things done (perfectly) and
seem to do so without effort. They’re excellent leaders, and time management is a natural skill (that I covet). And the lists they make? You better believe all those boxes are ticked by the end of the day! Of course, there are drawbacks to being hyper-vigilant… Continue reading
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