It’s been a busy few weeks in my world which is mostly why I haven’t posted lately. The other half of the reason is an addictive new game I’ve downloaded 😦 Let me know if you need an addiction too.
To be efficient in my dictionary is to be organised, tidy and prepared.
I am not a glamorous person by far. But there are things that I like to do that make me feel like at least I’ve put some effort in. These small things lift my mood and make me feel better. Hopefully they work for you too
Love thy nails
I love having my nails done, but I’m terrible at maintaining them, not to mention if you go to a professional it can be a costly habit. Mine tends to end up looking scruffy after a week or so. Rather than paint them every few weeks, I just keep them short, trim and healthy. If I do pick a polish these days it’s usually a nude or natural colour so the chipping isn’t obvious.
Plan outfits the night before
Use the weather app and plan for the weather. It’s much better than tearing apart your wardrobe at 7am the next morning looking for your clothes. Don’t forget to iron your clothes too for extra feel good points 🙂
I don’t know about you but I feel so much better once I have my eyebrows done. It really does change your whole face. Next best thing to getting a facial. Up to you whether you prefer waxing, tweezing or my fave – threading.
I’ve only started paying attention to this one recently. There’s no point putting on a lovely dress for a night out when your shoes still have mud stuck around he sides from that last outdoor wedding you went to.
Start the day right
Make your bed right after you wake up. That way you have achieved something for yourself as soon as you start your day. You’ll be thankful when you get home to a nicely made up bed, just for you.
Use the Calendar app in your phone to remember things. I sometimes even use it to schedule in lunches and dinners with friends for catch ups. I recently even started sending the hubby calendar invites because we have been known to double-book in commitments. Plus this way he knows way in advance when I have evening/weekend shifts so he can plan his own stuff.
Do you have any tips to add to this list? Do you have any habits that make your day easier?