|Shout Out Saturday : The Blogs’ Edition|
Triathlete? Check. Woman of Steel Sprint Tri Recap
Do check her blog Triathlete? Check. Woman of Steel Sprint Tri Recap if you want to learn more about her adventure.
Talking about pins, all images on this blog are pinnable. I would really appreciate if you shared the love by spreading the word and by following Debbie in Shape there too! I would love to follow your pins as well.
|52 Meticulous Organization Tips for the OCD Person In You|
As in most things in my life, when it comes to organization, I am a person of extremes. In fact, when I neglect to organize my stuff right away it is simply because I think that I am not going to be as ‘perfect’ as I want to be. Weird logic, I know it…
I am so obsessed about it that I am constantly looking for books (ebooks since they do not take space in the shelves) and articles on the subject. Recently I came across a blog which title caught my attention: 52 Meticulous Organizing Tips For The OCD Person In You.
The first tip is already a mania of mine. I see a plastic bag, I fold it. I learned it years ago with the mother of a friend and I got addicted.
If you are interested to learn a thing or two that can help you get (more) organized, this blog is a must.
6 Tasks You Can Complete While Blowdrying Your Hair
|6 Tasks You Can Complete While Blowdrying Your Hair|
I bumped into this blog when searching beauty tips. 6 Tasks You Can Complete While Blowdrying Your Hair offers very practical solutions for us women who want to look beautiful in the morning to go to work without spending too much time in front of the mirror. Let’s face it, I already wake up early enough to train. If I am going to miss another half hour of my sleep, I will surely crash in the middle of the afternoon. No way! I prefer to combine things.
Have you ever thought about doing squads while drying your hair? I haven’t, but I sure bought the idea.
|Time Management Tips|
I really like Jennifer Ford Berry’s books. At the moment, I am reading her Organize Now! (the home organization one) again and I have her in my wish list too.
Browsing her site, I found these Time Management Tips that are really simple and therefore, inviting. Sometimes, we get overwhelmed by the amount of things we ‘have to’ do. If it does not paralyze us, it creates anxiety, stress and frustration.
On her blog, Jennifer focus on just 3 things one should implement during one week. It is the fourth blog of the series, but they are all around the same idea, being applied to different projects. If you are looking for some inspiration, you cannot miss it.
And what are your favorite blogs at the moment? The ones you bookmarked or pinned to read them again.
NOTE: The images under the title of each blog belong to their respective authors.