Organisation Inspiration To Kick Start 2013

How are you traveling a week or so into your new year’s resolutions? One of the most common resolutions I hear people make (me included!) is to get more organised, so today’s post is a collation of organisation themed posts to get you on your way.

The first five posts are posts I have written over at Kidspot Village Voices and then the remaining five are some fab finds I have collected from the internet over the last couple of months.

5 tips to help you stay on top of the housework

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Simple tips to implement that will help you stay on top of the housework that you can easily fit into your daily routine.

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A school holiday plan to download

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Make this school holidays one of the most relaxing and fun by undertaking some planning.

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8 tips to help you survive long road trips with kids

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Practical tips to make sure you not only survive a long road trip with kids, but also have fun and make some great memories.

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Teaching my kids goal setting

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Tips on goal setting with kids. A simple process to introduce kids to the concept of setting goals and following them through. Includes action plans for kids of all ages.

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How to organise the contents of your fridge


Tips on how you can keep the inside of your fridge clean and well organised.

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Personal organisation – 10 Bad Habits You Need to Break to Be More Productive

In this post from Time Management Ninja, Craig states:

Bad habits lead to bad productivity.
They result in self-inflicted stress and affect our ability to get our work done.

I agree and am guilty of doing some of the things on the list – time to change!

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Toy organisation – Ball Storage


If like us you have had a new influx of balls over Christmas, check ou this clever storage idea from Designed to Dwell.

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School organisation – Paperwork


I have a similar system to this running at home which you can see in my home office organisation post. Jen from I Heart Organizing has created these very pretty templates you can download for free.

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Entrance organisation – Entry hall


We always come in the side door at our place which goes straight onto the living room, so don’t really have the space for an entrance station, but I love these types of set ups. I even have a board dedicated to them on Pinterest! This one is from Chez Larsson.

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Living room organisation – Bookshelves


I love the way this bookshelf looks. I have some serious reorganising to do on our book shelves! This post from Cupcakes and Cashmere gives you a how to on how to organise your book shelves.

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What is inspiring your organisation at the moment?

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Comments

  1. says

    LOVE the fridge organising one- I would love to show you a pic of my fridge- super gross- but you are TOTALLY right on the lifespan of the fruit and veg in containers- and I seem to waste less!

    The home organiser one is another I want to implement- I think echidna craft sells a cool organiser type thing- either way- wonderful posts as I totally need to get more organised :)

  2. says

    I love the “Stay on top of housework” tips!
    I find housework is neverending and I am always on the lookout to pick up small things along the way which is quite bothering me. It seems that my sole focus is on picking up and tidying things.