October is almost here, and that means it’s almost time for another 31 Days series! I’m really excited about the series that’ll be happening next month. A number of the posts that will come next month are ones I’ve been wanting to add so I have a single link to answer specific, practical questions I often get. Here at Simply Convivial, I’ll be doing 31 Days of Homeschool Lists.
Broad, fun, and right up my alley. I am, after all, a compulsive list-maker. There will be book lists, job lists, task lists, checklists, idea lists, digital lists, and paper-based lists. It’ll be a very practical, down-to-earth month here.
And once again I’m doing two 31 Days series! This year the other one is not at Simple Pantry Cooking, but at Simplified Organization, where I’ll be sharing Simple Home Systems that will give you some creative ideas for reducing decision fatigue and being purposeful and creative in your productivity.
Those posts will be short and super practical, applicable whether you homeschool or not.
Here are some of the other series I know are coming:
Brandy says blog-reading counts as a self-education track, so it’ll be a rich month!
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Also, if you haven’t yet signed up for the free email series Declutter Your Head, you’ll want to check that out, too.
I’ve been asked a few times whether to work through Declutter before any of the course modules in the Simplified Organization course. If you’re taking the self-paced course, don’t worry about Declutter Your Head. The course includes the same information in baby-steps with more detail, so don’t overwhelm yourself with two sources of task direction. I’ve also been receiving lots of emails asking about the GTD for Homemakers ebook. The essential parts of that book are in the new email series, condensed and more actionable. All the content, fleshed out better, and more content besides, is within the Simplified Organization course. The course really makes the information much more manageable and doable to wade through than it was in the ebook form, and it also focuses more on our mindset and attitude as we do what we do.