Time is your most precious resource. Learn how to save some for yourself (and your family), by doing what really super busy people do.
Here's yet another reason to give up on multitasking — plus a simple productivity plan to do instead to help you get stuff done.
Bust your clutter with the help of these five words. Here's a hint — they all begin with the letter "R".
Boost your decluttering efforts by tidying your mind with a clear mantra and stay focused on keeping only the things that satisfy your goals, wants, and desires.
You just know you've forgotten something, but you never remember what until you're far from home. Defeat forgetfulness with these strategies.
Make life in a tiny space seem elegant rather than cramped with a few simple decorating and design tricks.
Whether you're on hold with customer service or just have an extra minute or two, tackle one of these projects RIGHT NOW to make your life more awesome.
Feel like your to-do list just goes on and on, no matter what you do? Try these (especially #5), and see if you aren't closer to "done."
Getting more done doesn't necessarily mean working more. Follow these tips to get more done in less time — and feel great.
Got a problem with clutter? Make this one commitment, and your house (and life) will become awesomely clutter-free.
If your living space is cluttered and you just don't know where to put everything, try one of these clever ways to keep your stuff out of sight.
What if you could declutter and still keep all your awesome stuff? You can — here's how!
It's easy to feel overwhelmed by your rising heaps of clutter. Bring order to your chaos and keep your home clean with this simple technique.
Clutter piles up fast and eats up your square footage — especially if you live in a small space. Make the most of the space you have with these simple space makers.
If your to-do list is long on tasks and short on check-marks, up the power of everybody's favorite productivity tool with a few simple tweaks.
Tension rods are great for curtains, but don't stop there. The inexpensive hardware store staple has lots of household uses, from organizing an office to hiding the kids.
Whether you're organizing your closet for the first time or need to make even more space, these tips will help keep your clothing neat and easy-to-access.
What to do when the obstacle to success is you.
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