Recognise it. Even the most organised people make mistakes, but your new organised approach applies even when things go wrong. Instead of having a headless chicken freak-out admit that things have gone wrong and plan a way to fix it.


– learn to relax. Don’t panic. This is the quickest way to dive headlong back into chaos. If you get overwhelmed or something does go wrong then take time to sit back, assess the situation and deal with it. Don’t […]


We know there are only so many hours in the day, and there are only so many things you are capable of. Really organised people use others to support them in their long-term aims by utilising their skills.  Where you […]


The certainties in life are death and taxes. This is probably the most serious tip in this book. It’s vital to keep your financial paperwork in order – even if you keep it in a box and take it to […]


Do you have a paperwork file of things going back decades? Maybe snippets you think one day you’ll get round to reading but never have? It’s probably time to send it to the big recycling centre in the sky. If […]