barefoot_mummy (barefoot_mummy) wrote,

Ease Your Mind.

Hi. You're busy, right? Bit overwhelmed sometimes, maybe? So much going on - so much to keep track of? Feeling a bit overwhelmed, a bit frazzled, a bit scattered? Worry you're losing track of things while trying to keep track of other things?

I don't pretend to have all the answers. I don't pretend to be mega-organised all of the time. (I do sometimes pretend to be a bear and chase my children around the house.)

But anyway.

I've recently started using three (free) apps - two on my iPad and one on my phone (though the iPad ones are also available for iPhone or Android, so you can use whatever device suits you) - and have developed a system that seems to be working for me. This system shifts all the stuff from my mind into these apps, so I'm reminded of them when I need to be, instead of when I'm trying to go to sleep or have fun with my kids or, I dunno, form a coherent sentence.

Wanna try?

If so, stay tuned. I'll be posting a new step each day for the next five days. This is my first attempt at a running series up in here... But the plan is that by the end of the week we'll have something that looks like a how-to of getting organised and feeling mentally clearer.

This may not be the ultimate answer for everyone. But it works for me. Maybe it'll work for you?

Tomorrow, I'll introduce you to my precious little minions favourite being-organised apps.

(Disclaimer: These posts are not sponsored and I'm not receiving any compensation for reviewing these apps - this stuff is just my opinion.)

Tags: getting organized

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