About the site
“How To Get Your Shit Together” shouldn’t really need any explanation. But here goes:
It’s an instructional site that helps you to live a better life. How? By teaching you to be more productive, more efficient, healthier, and generally happier.
You’ll find tips on budgeting, time-management, de-cluttering, organising, planning, motivation, and OODLES more. (You’ll also find bad language, if that wasn’t already apparent from the name.)
What you WON’T find is anything unrealistic. Or annoying side-bar ads. Or perfectly staged photos in immaculately clean, beautifully decorated homes. Or perfect grammar (because I write the same way I speak and, when I speak, I split infinitives and end sentences with prepositions. Deal with it.)
Basically, if you want practical, real-life advice on how to be awesome, you’ve come to the right place.
Good for you.
About the author
Hello there. My name’s Laura. I’m a wife and mother, a skeptic and a cynic. I live in Dublin, Ireland, and I’ve taken a leave of absence from my legal career to be a stay-at-home parent. I’m also
undeniably addicted to chocolate a reformed chocoholic.
I’m sick to death of reading productivity and organisational blogs that assume you’re the next Martha Stewart with lots of free time at your disposal and a shitload of money in your bank account.
I don’t get up at 5am (I’m a night owl); I don’t practice yoga or, indeed, any form of regular exercise; I don’t eat a cabbage soup/maple syrup/[insert latest fad here] diet; I’m not an interior decorator or a photographer; and I most certainly don’t feng shui my space.
But I’m always trying to be BETTER. To be cleaner, more efficient, more organised, healthier, less stressed… Because that’s what life’s all about.
Follow me on these social networks for regular tips and tricks, updates, progress reports, and/or witty remarks:
Basically, I’m tryna get my shit together. And I hope you’ll want to do the same.