Get the junk out of your head.
- Reduce stress by getting your thoughts onto paper.
- Reduce frustration by assigning homes to stuff, tangible & intangible.
- Reduce fatigue by knowing what to do with incoming items.
If anybody needs to get things done, it’s mothers managing a home. Our minds are so full of all the details of many lives interconnected that we often grind to a halt, unsure how to move forward. Declutter Your Head will help you streamline routines, alleviate stress, and increase productivity – by starting with your own mind.
Declutter Your Head will walk you step-by-step through writing down and processing what’s on your mind, what’s holding you up and slowing you down.[wp_eStore_fancy1 id=5] [wp_eStore_cart]
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of David Allen’s Getting Things Done. The tactics he outlines are brilliantly applicable not only to 9-5 office work, but even to our work at home, even to homeschooling.
The primary discipline that Getting Things Done coaches you through is threefold:
- You must capture all that needs to be done in your world — now, later, someday, yesterday, big, little, really ALL — outside of your head. Outside of your head means off your mind if you trust where you have put the data.
- Make front-end decisions about each project’s desired outcome so you know when it is finished. Everything could always be done better; decide before you begin what will constitute “done.” Of course, write it down.
- Regularly review and update your lists so that you can trust them as the reminders they are supposed to be.