Monday, March 17, 2014


It's Monday again! Oh my, last week flew by so fast I barely had time to blog everything! 

How do I even begin to describe Mondays?? They are the start and the end, they are hateful and refreshing, gosh, don't you all just have mixed feelings about Mondays?!

But ultimately, I think no one should look bad when you already feel horrible. Everyone should dress up REAL FANCY today! Pick up that bold glittery red heels you've always loved and that professional-looking dress that you know will give you all the attention you wanted! A little can go a long way~ But have you decorated your nails??

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Secondly, other than dressing up, it is essential for everyone to stay on top of their tasks and planned schedules. As a very busy woman myself, I'm always on the look out for tips to further improve and better myself. Recently, I came across this article on Oprah's website ( and their tips to stay organized:

1. Walk Away from Bargains

Just because you can buy a cashmere sweater for $20 or three bottles of ketchup for the price of one doesn't mean you should. "Ask, 'Do I have something similar?' and 'Where am I going to store it?' before making a purchase," advises New York City professional organizer Julie Morgenstern

2. Make Peace with Imperfection

Efficient people give "A-level effort" to the most important projects (say, work assignments or a kitchen redesign), and for the rest they do just enough to get the job done, says Renae Reinardy, PsyD, a psychologist who specializes in hoarding disorders. Maybe you give yourself permission to bring store-bought cookies to a school bake sale or donate a bag of stuff—unsorted!—to Goodwill. "Trying to do every task perfectly is the easiest way to get bogged down," says Reinardy.

3. Never Label Anything "Miscellaneous"

You put a bunch of things into a file or box and write this catchall across the front. "But within a week you've forgotten what's in there," says Morgenstern. Instead, sort items into specific groups—"electric bills," "lightbulbs," and so on.

4. Schedule Regular Decluttering Sessions

Rather than wait until an industrious mood strikes (we all know where that leads), have a decluttering routine in place—whether it's spending 15 minutes sorting mail after work or tackling a new project every Sunday afternoon.

5. Stick with What Works

"I have clients who will try every line of makeup, every cell phone—it's exhausting," says Dorothy Breininger, president of the Delphi Center for Organization. Don't waste time (and money) obsessively seeking out the best thing.

Such great tips! Cheers to a great and efficient week ahead! XOXO
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