Winter Organization





Being snowed in is the perfect time to relax, read a book, binge a Netflix series, or just sleep. But, if you’re more productive these days, they can save you the catch-up work at school or the office. For instance, let’s say you’re snowed in on Saturday and Sunday; plan out your relaxation time for Saturday, and plan for Sunday to be your productive-desk-bound day. Or you can reverse the two days, as I do sometimes.

Make a List! 

Write down everything you need to do on a scrap piece of paper. Then take another piece of paper and chronologically list the duties in order importance and relevance. Section them off into about 4 chunks of time, allowing for breaks, snacks, and meals. Sometimes the most simple things become the most complicated.

Happy Leaping!


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