I am a big fan of David Allen’s time management classic, Getting Things Done. Over the years I’ve returned to it again and again to revamp my home systems, and along the way I’ve written about those efforts quite a bit.

31 Days to GTD® for Homemakers


All decluttering and all organizing and all managing is always a process, and it often feels crazy. That doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting it wrong.

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