1- Make a list. I cannot tell you how much of a life saver a list is. Start with the most pressing things that need to get done and work your way down.
2- Once the list is written do what is on that list. Make a Calendar for these things to get done. I have also taken over my Husbands Calendar so that he knows what is important that he needs to get done.
3- Slowly check these items off your list. Make sure that you include in your calendar the things that are repetitive.
4- For the family make a chalk board or white board where they can see their lists and things that they need to get done. (Add in chores and homework.)
I know that these things won’t get done as fast as you would like but at least you have a great start at relieving some of that chaos that we all have.
I know that through some of these really simple steps my life has been better. My lists include the mundane grocery shopping, cleaning the house. To the important things we put off till the last minute. Every part of your day is important. Make sure that you are spending your time the right way.
Realize that not all movement is progress. When stress and tension and chaos surround you, pause for a moment and relax. The best time to take a deep breath is when you don't have time for it.
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About this Author: Kelli Roethel has 5 years experience in the Health insurance industry as a Cobra specialist. She is owner, co-founder and Manager of the Life1010 program, which is designed to help individuals through a step-by-step process of getting their lives and businesses in order. The program focuses on emergency preparedness, creating an effective spending plan, health and wellness, and retirement planning. She has helped the business in creative aspects of social media and event planning. Kelli as a part time stay at home mom enjoys helping others get their lives organized. Loves the joy of watching others realize how important it is to be
prepared for life’s crazy ups and downs.