The way you declutter and organize your home office directly affects your productivity and happiness. Whether you’re a student, stay-at-home parent, homeschooler, freelancer or executive, organization, it’s time to take control of your workspace! Discover 10 tips from highly organized … Continue reading
A successful job search begins (and ends) with organization! From decluttering your resume to planning your job interview schedule, the right organizational tips and tools can make all of the difference.
Back to school is around the corner! Planning ahead helps reduce stress so you’re at your best. Your most organized school year starts here! Get eight lesson planning tips from educators who use the teacher-approved Erin Condren Teacher Lesson Planner to … Continue reading
From lesson plans to test prep to customized classwork and grading homework, a homeschooling mom is busy before the school day even starts.
While busy is a blessing, organization is key to transforming busy into stress-free productivity. See how a homeschool mom of five plans her way to homeschooling success!
Teaching kids the essentials of planning can help prevent summer learning loss while developing lifelong organizational skills. Learn how one mom uses the Erin Condren Kids Planner to teach her son planning fundamentals and keep him mentally sharp all year long.
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Learn top teacher lesson planning tips (and fun & creative ideas) from Molly Maloy, a San Diego teacher and classroom organization blogger at Lessons with Laughter. Read on to discover how to make the most of your lesson planner to … Continue reading
Here are 7 can’t-miss LifePlanner™ tips from Laken of PlanWithLaken. Get ready to be inspired to achieve your goals through planning and organization!
Isn’t it beautiful how kindness inspires kindness? Spring is the perfect time to appreciate how random acts of kindness impact our day-to-day lives.
Here’s a quick (and cool) productivity tip. Ask yourself: what is the one fun thing that always distracts you from getting things done? Then, save that fun thing for last. Call it your dessert activity. Here’s how it works …