Category: Productivity

How to Set Up Your Bullet Journal for Maximum Productivity

Are you thinking about getting a bullet journal?

Last year I got my first bullet journal and I can’t live without it!

How to Manage Time as a Stay at Home Mom (More Family Time and Blogging Time)

As a stay at home mom, learning how to manage time to be more productive in your day can seem like a never-ending task.

I’ve been a stay at home mom for seven years now and I also work from home.

I’ve had to learn how to be better at how to manage time with time management strategies.

And I’m sure every stay-at-home mom or work-at-home mom is wanting the same too, but finding it hard to implement.

Powerful Time Hacks for Getting More Done Each Day (When You Work at Home)

Mama, do you feel at the end of the day you’ve accomplished nothing?

I sometimes feel like this.

I work at home as a mom blogger and freelancer and by 5 pm I look and see what I did and it’s not that much.

Some pin graphics, a few outlines for my client pieces and that’s it.

22 Productive Things Moms Can Do in 15 Minutes

Mama – have you recently started a mom blog or want to start a blog, but not sure if you can juggle blogging and motherhood?

Twins Mommy isn’t my only blog.

I have over 6 blogs that I run and manage, twins and a house to take care of.

What I found was the best time management hack I came up with is to try to incorporate small but pivotal tasks to help boost my productivity.

I feel that if given a 15 minute time span, you can do a lot for your life and for your business.

How to Create a To-Do List to Tackle Those Big Projects

If you’ve ever sat and daydreamed about creating that amazing course idea, but weren’t exactly sure how to get started, this post is for you.

Whatever your big dream or project is, I believe the way to make it happen lies in the humble to-do list.

The Huge Mistake Bloggers are Making with Their Planners

Are planners your thing?

They are so fun and pretty.

I just love the way the paper feels in my hands.

And, I mean, a socially acceptable way to use stickers and glitter pens as an adult?

How to Perform a Blog Audit to Increase Your Productivity

The most successful bloggers make time for blogging.

On average, I spend 30 hours a week on all my blogs.

This is my second year as a full-time blogger, and I’m learning how to be more efficient and gain more productivity in my day as a mom blogger.

One thing that might help you as a new blogger is to perform a blog audit.

How to Easily Repurpose Content to Save You Time as a Mom Blogger

It’s been FOREVER since you last wrote a blog post.

I’ve been there, done that and am doing that right now on my other blogs.

Coming up with blog topics is super challenging, especially if you have more than one blog or you also have a podcast and YouTube channel.

As a blogger, there’s more to blogging than finding topics to blog about.

How to Be Insanely Productive And Smash Your Goals

When I started blogging, one thing I didn’t focus on was setting goals.

Now don’t get me wrong – I love setting goals for my business, but when my blog was new, I just focussed on building. I didn’t set a blog traffic goal to reach my first 25k pageviews.

What is a Bullet Journal? (How to Start One for More Focus)

Are you wondering what is a bullet journal and how you can use that for your blog?

As a stay-at-home mom with multiple blogs, finding a way to increase my productivity, streamline my blogs, and business and give me laser focus has always been on my mind.

The more projects I have under my belt, the more organized I have to be with my plan for the day, my financial goals, or blog plan.

But, my desk – well, let’s just say if my twins needed scrap paper or post-it notes or a pen or pencil, they can just grab it from my office desk!

I was drowning in notebooks, post-it notes, markers, and scrap paper. I needed to find a system like a bullet journal, that worked for my blogs but also allowed a fluidity to my overall blog plan and inspired my creativity.