When You’re A Night Owl Who Needs To Get Up Early

When a night owl needs to get an early start | not an early bird? Here are some tips to help your morning go a lot smoother

If you’re like me, you’re a night owl. You get some of your best work done when the sun goes down, and your motivation is at its highest when the clock chimes midnight. But real life isn’t always very accommodating of your personal preferences which is why, whether because of working hours or wonderful children, you find yourself getting up at a time that doesn’t feel natural to you. What’s a night owl to do when an early start is required? Onwards! ->

12 Ways to Stop Making Impulse Purchases For Good

12 ways to stop impulse purchases for good. Sick of impulsive buys? Here's how to curb your spending so you can save money and have a less cluttered home

If you’re wasting money on things you don’t really want or need, or wondering where all your wages went this week, you may be falling fowl of impulse purchases. They’re tricky beasts that leave your home cluttered, your wallet empty, and your brain going into full-on buyer’s remorse mode. To take control of your spending, save money, and stop you wondering why on earth you bought yet another novelty item, you’ll find 12 helpful hints below to curb your impulsive buys once and for all. Onwards! ->

My Experience of The “No ‘Poo Method”: What You Need To Know

No 'Poo Method: My experience 4 months in | No shampoo method | no shampoo hair care | haircare routine | shampoo alternatives | no 'poo update | no 'poo pictures | no 'poo challenge | no shampoo challenge | no shampoo update | no shampoo pictures | before and after photos

I haven’t washed my hair with shampoo in 4 months. The “No ‘Poo Method” (otherwise known as the “No Shampoo Method”) wasn’t a decision I made quickly nor took lightly. I wanted to share my experience (the good and the greasy) with those of you who may be considering it or who are just starting out and want to know what to expect. I’m even including (embarrassing) pictures!Remember, results may vary. 😉 Onwards! ->

April 2017 Wrap Up

April 2017 wrap-up post from HowToGYST.com

My busiest month this year so far, April 2017 saw the re-launch of my e-course, the departure (and return) of my husband, surgery for my mother, good news on the school front, and the birthday of a special little lady. Onwards! ->

How To Make The Best Decision When You’re Unsure

How To Make The Right Decision When You're Unsure

You’re at a crossroads in your life, faced with difficult decisions, and you can’t figure out which path to choose. You’ve weighed up all the pros and cons but the answer still hasn’t revealed itself and you’re feeling frustrated. The wrong decision could have drastic consequences… if only you knew which one it was! Argh! It’s tearing-your-hair-out time! Luckily for you, there’s a 2-second test to ensure you make the best decision. Onwards! ->

Declutter Your Email Inbox: Effective Email Management

Declutter Your Email Inbox with these 7 tips for effective email management | Inbox zero | Gmail | Outlook | Yahoo | Hotmail

Last week on YouTube I shared a video about how to cut down on your social media consumption (video embedded below). Today, to complement that, I want to talk about how to declutter your email inbox by streamlining your processes and reducing the amount of time you’re spending there. I’m including 7 practical tips, including a free service that will do some of the work for you. Onwards! ->

Block Scheduling For Increased Productivity

Use block scheduling to save time & get everything done | Block schedule | Increased productivity | Get more done | Get things done | weekly schedule

Block scheduling is a huge time-saver that could literally knock hours off your working week. It helps you get “in the zone” and structure your week so you’re working on all the urgent and important stuff without neglecting the nitty gritty.In short, it helps you complete a huge amount of work in one go that you might otherwise spread over the course of several days, weeks or even months!Let’s look at what it is and how it works so you can start implementing it and seeing the benefits for yourself. Onwards! ->

How To Speed Clean Your House For Unexpected Guests

If you’re the type of person who likes to drop by someone’s house unannounced, you’ve only yourself to blame if you walk into a war zone and your host isn’t 100% focused. Giving someone as much notice as possible is not only common courtesy, but it saves the person from feeling the need to speed clean.To the rest of us who know these people, this post is for you. Onwards! ->