Productivity and Organisation : Week 1 : The KonMari Method

Okay..okay!! so I hardly set New Years Resolutions because I always change my mind, this year I have set some goals and one of them was to set a blog schedule and stick to it… and i’ve already broken that.

I think that trying to blog and have Youtube content up every day was always going to be a mission but I thought i’d last longer than a week haha. So I have decided to combine the productivity and organisation posts into once a week.

Over the next 6 weeks you will see me organise and declutter my house using the KonMari method, I will be implementing a new “Miracle Morning” routine using Hal Elrods book “The Miracle Morning” and I will be taking tips from David Allens “Getting Things Done” I have purchased all of these books myself and everything that I report back on (if it works or fails) will be my own opinion.

My main goal for the end of this 6 week period is to have my house decluttered and organised so that it is easy to maintain, I’d like to be getting up earlier and starting my day rather than sitting on the couch drinking coffee my mornings are going to be my most productive time and i’d like to become more productive in  y daily task setting and completing everything on the list.

I filmed a short video yesterday which showed the areas in my house that need the most attention although I will be tackling every room in the house!

The 2 areas that need the most attention are my office and the storage unit in the lounge, its just been packed with junk and i really need to go through it and sort it all out, I have extra boxes on their way from Ikea and cannot wait to get started on it.

Don’t forget to join me next week where I’ll be showing you what i’ve been up to this week, what I have tried from the books and what I’m thinking about them so far.

Michelle xx

One thought on “Productivity and Organisation : Week 1 : The KonMari Method

  1. I love David Allen’s book and methodology and have been a following for years. I’m currently in the process of setting up my lists (again) according to his methods, although I’m tweaking them slightly to suit my SAHM lifestyle.
    Can’t wait to see how you get on x


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