The last time I launched a feature mini series was a few months ago when I covered spring cleaning for bloggers. That series was wildly successful, and I received great feedback from so many readers! This time around, I decided to focus on something less blog related, that would still be useful to everyone.
With back to school happening soon for many of us (including myself) and the end of the summer season approaching, vacations are ending and it’s time to jump back into regular routine. For me, that means slower blogging, longer days and a full course load.
Route 101 is a mini series which focuses on how to sustain a more organized life by creating solid and productive routines. Now, I know some of you may be thinking: routine is boring, dull, predictable. But I disagree!
A good routine allows for flexibility, spontaneity and diversity in your days. Making the smallest change can alter the outcomes of your entire week. When I follow my own routines, and implement systems that work in those routines, I’m much less stressed during the day, and incredibly organized.
Route 101 will cover: where to start, converting tasks to routine, staying disciplined and adding flexibility. Overall, the series will be 4-5 posts long, and shared over a month with new posts each week or so.
But before we dive into creating organized routines, I want to hear from you all, so that I can adjust the series accordingly! What do YOU struggle with when it comes to creating routine? What makes it hard for you to stick with a routine?
Feel free to leave a comment, or tweet me with the hashtag #Route101 (link is tweetable). I’d love to answer all of your questions over the next few posts in the series.