Review: The Organised Time Technique


Sunday 27 September 2020

Review: The Organised Time Technique

 You may remember that last year I reviewed the organised Mum method. I took away some helpful hints to keep on top of cleaning a house filled with messy children. This year, Gemma Bray shares with us the Organised Time technique. Let’s face it there’s never enough hours in the day, but Gemma shows you how you can make time for it all.

Identifying your “time suckers” was really important for me. Like many people, I spend far too much time on social media and that didn’t come as a shock. But I also have my work email on my phone and generally check that far too often. Meaning I get side tracked answering an email that could have waited until I was in work.

The book shows you how to organise your day into units and levels. After this you can work out how to save more time for you. I already meal plan which has saved me lots of time since returning to work.

Gemma's ideas made a lot of sense to me. "Work smarter not harder" is something that struck a chord. She also explained why it is ok to get a cleaner. Trust me, as soon as I manage to up my hours at work, I will be looking into implementing that idea. Before reading Gemma's reasoning, I would have been dead against this, think it made me lazy, but this is not the case at all. 

If you are a busy Mum, trying to juggle 101 things at a time then a read of this book is definitely worthwhile. There are hints and tips galore which can be adapted to your routine to give you more time for the things you want to do.

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