I often get asked how I "do it all." First of all, I don't. But I do a lot and I am well aware of that. I am naturally a fairly organized person. Organized, not clean. Clean is coming with age. But over time, I have found that the best way for me to remember to "do it all" is to write it down. Some people find that the calendar in their phone is sufficient or the post-it notes on their Macbook are great. For me, it has to be on paper. I wish it didn't have to be this way because I'm sure I use more paper than I should because of it, but I find such great pleasure in crossing items off a list. In fact, I've been known to make a list and include things that I've already done just so that I can cross them off.
My method may not work for everyone, but maybe I can help some very unorganized soul find some inspiration to get more organized and thus, get more done.
Here is my set-up. I have these three items by the computer or on the counter near the kitchen usually.
stocking the freezer.
So no, I don't "do it all." But I want to and I set myself up for success in order to do so.