Getting of rid of clutter is sometimes not enough to get the inspiration juices flowing, and sometimes it means getting a bit of office design and organisation happening to make things work. Ensuring your work process and inspiration patterns .
Procrastination is one of those things you just kind of have to accept exists. It’s like decaf coffee: you don’t want it to be a thing, but it is. So all you can do about it is figure our how to beat it at its own game. Luckily though, there are .
Social media can be both a blessing and a curse. Among all the funny cat videos and viral memes—both of which I enjoy all too much—there’s the little bits and pieces that seem to suck up all our time, without us even knowing it. Before you know .
Sometimes I just feel like my To Do list is never-ending and I’m always looking for ways to be more productive. As a time-poor, work-from-home mum, I have to stay focused. I need to ensure that every second of my working day is spent .
I’ve always been the kind of person to write things down, scribble them out and highlight others. For me, it’s a tactic of organisation—the kind where if I didn’t have a method to my own madness, then it’d just be chaos. .
Productivity is one of those things: you’ve either got it, or you don’t. And I mean snoozes-alarm-five-times kind of don’t. But when you are able to tap into that mode and really hone in on what needs to be done, it takes an .