I need help.
I feel like I’m always working, always moving, and always behind.
It’s exhausting really.
Ms. Hoole says that, “An ideal homemaker plans a program or a schedule for each day so that she is the master, rather than the victim, of her work.”
And since, as I stated earlier, I am increasingly falling victim to my work I have chosen scheduling to be my first topic to tackle in my revised experiment.
In her book “Project Organization” Marie Ricks says that “A well-used calendar is an organized family’s best friend. It is a tool that is best prepared diligently at the first of the year, updated each month, reviewed each week, and then looked at each and every day to do it’s best job.”
I have a calendar—it’s from Chick-Fil-A….you know the one with the cows doing all that crazy stuff…OK maybe you don’t know, but that’s the one I’ve got. And it’s hanging up. So I’m half way there.
Project for this afternoon: Fill in calendar with birthdays for the year and any event I already know of. Then have my husband do the same.
More to come…