Routines and Repetition – Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival
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If you want to get good at something, you have to do it often. This is true of writing and other creative pursuits, technical tasks like building a website, and probably most other activities.
This principle also plays an important role in organizing and productivity. And so, for this edition of the Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival, I invited my readers to share their blog posts on routines and repetition.
Maybe routines and repetition sound boring to you. I get it; I felt the same way for a long time (you can read about that in my entry below). You may think differently after reading some of the posts listed below, which include the rewards of routines and simplifying and practical tips on creating habits and systems.
See for yourself.
|Debbie Rosemont||Increase Productivity at Work with Simple Routines at Home|
|Hazel Thornton||Think of your big project as a new hobby|
|Hellen Buttigieg||How to Use Rituals to Ease Anxiety and Boost Your Mood|
|Jana Arevalo||5 Tips for a Peaceful Morning Routine|
|Janet Schiesl||How We Organize Our Mornings|
|Janet Barclay||Show your website some love with routine maintenance|
|Jonda Beattie||The Three Big Rewards of Routines|
|Julie Stobbe||4 easy ways to organize your meal planning – Is it possible?|
|Linda Samuels||How to Create Simple Habits and Daring Possibilities|
|Lisa Gessert||Let's set Some Routines|
|Lisa Griffith||Simplify, Systemize, and Save Time|
|Sabrina Quairoli||The Pros of Creating Procedure Lists and how to Start Yours Today|
|Seana Turner||What Can You Simplify?|
Big thanks to everyone who contributed to this edition of the Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival! Please show them your appreciation by leaving comments and sharing their posts (or this one) on social media, using the hashtags #POBC
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I’m now accepting submissions for next month’s Blog Carnival, when the topic will be Weekend Organizing Projects. You have until 12 midnight EST on Wednesday, March 15 to make your submission.
Do you offer a product or service that would interest professional organizers, productivity consultants, or their clients? Why not maximize your exposure by sponsoring an upcoming edition of the Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival?
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