Lists to get and stay Organised
by Louise D'Allura on July 5th, 2011

Checklists are great tools to help simplify everyday life. A shopping list is a great example of how they help us in everyday life - it keeps us accountable as well as a reminder of what we went into the shop to buy!

I don't know about you but I love lists - I find these really help my efficiency especially because my memory is shocking!! If you're not sure how a checklist would help, take a minute to identify those times you keep asking the same question but forget the answer.....

Here are our top picks to get started with:

Leaving the House Checklist
Make your mornings easy by knowing you’ve got everything you need. Jot down the essentials and blutac it near your front door. If you have to be organised and take gym gear or the kids have sport on set days – make a 7 day leave the house list.

Checklist for the week
Start your week by making a list of all the things that you need to accomplish this week by breaking it down into each day. Carry it with you and mark each item off when completed. This will give a great feeling of accomplishment and closure.

Easy Lunches Checklist
Make a list of all the easy lunches and snacks that you could have. Keep it in the kitchen so you can stop wasting time wondering what should I have for lunch today. It also helps you when you are preparing your shopping list – you can look at your easy lunches list and add on a few items to make sure you’ve got lunch and snack items all week.

Camping Checklist
If you love camping, make your life easier by having a list of things you need to pack and when. Breaking it down into when to pack means you don’t have to do everything at once. Work out what you can pack a week before vs two days before vs on the day. Packing a little at a time is so much easier and less stressful!!

If the thought of creating your own list sends you into a spin click here for cool lists from List Plan It! They've done all the hard work for you!!!


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