Guest Writer- The Organised Mum Method

Do you want to know how all those organised mums out there manage to keep on top of it all?

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I love Gemma- she is the queen bee of the organised cleaning method! Everyday she has a plan for particular room- 30 minutes a day is all it takes! Does it work I hear you say?? Yes it does!

I use it and it makes you feel like your on top of the game!

She’s created a weekly plan to tackle the house work. Or If your house is in need for a major over hall she’s got a plan for that too!!

Check out here page in the link at the bottom! click here to download her free pintables for a week by week cleaning plan! I love it! It stays in my kitchen and keeps me right for each day!

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Prep is key!


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Top Tips For Keeping Everything Together by The Organised Mum (Gemma Bray)

There is no doubt about it, keeping everything together at home when you have kids can be challenging! I was never an organised person … until I had kids. Whilst they rocked my world is so many ways they also turned it upside down. I could no longer fly by the seat of my pants and I needed to get some structure into my life.

Over the years I have come up with some shortcuts to calm the chaos!

Always try to get up and dressed early. This is really important .. especially if you are on maternity leave and still have little ones with you at home. I find that if I am dressed and ready for the day early doors, it changes my whole mindset and makes me feel ‘together’.
Be realistic about what you want to achieve with your time. If you set yourself unrealistic targets then when you will inevitably struggle to meet them. This is very demotivating! Much better to approach fewer tasks in one day, (remembering that things always take much longer with kids) get them all done and go to bed feeling accomplished!
Be your future friend! If you follow any of my social media accounts you will know that this is a motto that I live by. The premise behind it is very simple. Always try and make your future life easier. So if you have a sink full of dishes at bedtime that you KNOW will be much harder to clean in the morning  then do them now! This will stop that awful sinking feeling when you walk into the kitchen tomorrow morning and see last night’s crusty lasagne dish! This motto doesn’t just apply to cleaning you can use it in all aspects of life and it really works!
Finally, recognise the importance of lazy days! You are not a machine and you can’t be on the go all the time. If you wake up one day and really can’t bring yourself for get dressed (see point 1) and think that you need a day on the sofa catching up on The Real Housewives of Wherever then do it! Don’t feel guilty, embrace the downtime but make sure you get back on track the next day. Relaxing is never a waste of time!

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Thank you so much Gemma for taking the time to be a guest blogger on my page!

Go on check out her page she has great recipes and videos too!

The organised mum site click here

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