Category: Getting Things Done

Just Write it Down

I don’t know about you but I’m reaching that age when I forget why I walked into a room, what I’m looking for and yesterday, I even took the scenic route home – by scenic, I mean long and totally unnecessary! Summer Holiday Brain Mode: My brain is still in...

Scratching my itchy feet

Oh the excitement of a fun filled new project.  I think we all need a new focus at times to lift us up and get us motivated again. For the last 12 months, I have been in a strange place emotionally.  I couldn’t put my finger on what was wrong....

Bullet Journal in the world of Special Needs

As you all know I am a huge fan of the Bullet Journal and I am an even bigger fan of my three fabulous children, each of whom has their own special needs (sometimes known as Special Educational Needs or SEND).  I am not however, a fan of the system...

Being Social with IFTTT

Being Social with IFTTT

My blog is called Chaos in Kent for a very good reason.  Life is chaotic. Mum of three Special Needs Husband Nutty Dog Own blog Director – Bringing Us Together Training/Consultancy Add to that my desire to improve my own life and writing, learning how to code, take better photographs, a...

Pinteresting: Verb – to Pinterest your home and life

I am not sure it is a word but I am fairly certain that I am Pinteresting my life at the moment. There are rumours that Pinterest was in fact created by a man who wanted his wife to lose weight, get fit, decorate the home, cook amazing meals and still...

Creative

Finding my creative mojo

One of my goals for this year was to find my creative mojo. I had lost it. I was writing regularly for various blogs, but this is usually based on special needs so it felt more like work and reporting than being creative. I was feeling lost, I knew there...

Setting up my Bullet Journal

Setting Up my Bullet Journal for February

February is here, already?  How did January fly by so quickly?  It really doesn’t feel like a month ago since we were singing Auld Lang Syne and I was promising myself, as I was setting up my Bullet Journals for 2016, that this year would be my year. For some of us,...

Lists

Lists, Bullet Journal and Autism

As you will all know, I love my lists and most of these exist in my lovely Bullet Journal. I have lists for everything, including a list of my lists (yes, seriously). Monthly brain dump – to do Weekly list – to do Daily list – to do Goals Habits...

Achieve goals

Achieve your goals this year in six simple steps

As Christmas disappears, most of us will be thinking about how we can achieve your goals this year. Like many of us, I am going with the old favourite – lose weight/get fit.  So what can I do differently this year because, let’s be honest, I didn’t mange this last...