How to Unclutter your Closet - Do you ever just inexplicably hang on to stuff, unable to part with it? In yoga, letting go and the feeling of non-attachment is called aparigraha - it's the practice of evaluating what you really need and letting go of excess. This chart was designed to help you reevaluate what's in your closet.
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If you haven’t caught on to the bullet journal trend, uh, what are you waiting for? Maybe you have not yet heard of a bullet journal, or you’ve seen examples of them, you just aren’t exactly sure what they are. A bullet journal is, essentially, a planner, diary, tracker, and organizer all in one. It can be anything you want it to be, whether it’s full of to-do lists or doodles or habit tracking lists or calendars of reminders or all of those things.
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How to Stay Super Productive Each Week | Ready to turn your to-do list into an action plan? This guide for entrepreneurs and bloggers will help you prioritize goals and tasks so you know exactly what you need to do each day to reach your goals. It also includes my secret productivity weapon – the Time Block Template! Click through to see all the tips!
If one of your 2017 resolutions was to be more organized, then I hope you have already made yourself a bullet journal. If you haven’t, you need to, immediately. Bullet journals (a mix of a planner, diary, and habit tracker), at least well kept ones, are the height of organization. It’s more than just a daily to-do list or a notebook to keep track of your homework – it’s a place to track every single thing you’re doing or want to do. If that sounds exhausting, it’s because it kind of is.