The Organisation Blog

Planning made easy

plan

The most common objection I hear to writing a weekly plan is that it never works because something always gets in the way. It’s always impossible because “life’s just not that simple” or “no two weeks are ever the same”.  The problem is that people see a plan as some kind of timetable written in… Read more »

Is your memory costing you time and money?

memory

We can’t hold everything in our heads. Even if we try. Our brains only remember a certain amount and unfortunately it doesn’t distinguish between important information and trivia either (which is probably why we can remember all of the lyrics to a song we haven’t heard for ages but can’t remember what we did with… Read more »

Are you running out of time?

Not long now and it’ll be here! And, no, I’m not talking about Christmas! I’m talking about that nagging feeling at the back of your head about your finances (and not just about how much you’re making!) Summer may be well and truly over and Christmas on its way but it’s what happens after December… Read more »

Getting 2019 off to a great start!

Organised

Not long now and the new year will be upon us. New year, new start, new resolutions. One of the most most frequent resolutions I hear is, ‘I must get organised’ but somehow (like most resolutions) it never seems to get done. Getting yourself organised has so many benefits; from helping you feel in control… Read more »

Why two heads are better than one.

help

Why is it that most people can see solutions to our problems when we feel overwhelmed most of the time? How many times has someone made a suggestion or told you how to do something and you’ve thought ‘oh that’s so simple, why didn’t I think of that? ‘ The answer is fairly simple really.… Read more »

Is it safe to come out yet?

GDPR

So the deluge of emails begging you not to leave have finally stopped and the 25th of May came and went without the inspectors banging down your door but is it really over? Has GDPR finally gone away? The fact is that whether you got to grips with the new regulations or buried your head… Read more »