We are on Week 3 of the Homemaker Zero to Hero process. I can already tell that I am not going to be popular with a lot of people this week because I am going to ask you to take better care of yourself and dress like a professional homemaker.
Imagine you are conducting an interview for a housekeeper. In walks a clone of you on your average day, dressed exactly as you usually dress on your average day. What would your first impressions be?
Here is the thing, when you dress the part, you feel better within yourself and you feel more capable of doing the job you need to do. It is like you are tricking your brain into believing in yourself.
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Welcome back to Week 2 of the Zero to Hero Homemaker challenge. Last week we created the card file system. This week we are going to look at the Habits of Naturally Organized People and what they do differently from the rest of us and start retraining our brains to think more like them. We will also add a few more daily cards to your index card file.
If we don’t retrain our brains then we will land up right back were we started within a day or two. Without retraining our brain, and the brains of our families, we will constantly be the only ones who do anything in our homes and that is exhausting.
But before we can start, we need to know how naturally organized people think subconsciously that makes them organized. To do this we are going to establish 10 habits.
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Welcome to the first week of a brand new year and a brand new home. Before I begin don’t forget to subscribe if you want to receive an email every week with the week’s challenge.
This system is a combination of the ones found in the books: Sidetracked Home Executives, Sink Reflections, Getting Things Done, Organize Now! and other books and websites.
This week we are going to create the template for our cleaning system and add 3 daily activities. What I really like about this system is that it is flexible and can quickly adapt to changes in your lifestyle without needing to rewrite or retype pages of routines.
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