Saturdays for me are important, because after a long, and often stressful week at work, it’s the only day of the week, where I normally don’t have to set an alarm, and don’t have to be anywhere in particular for a specific time. It’s the day that I get to unplug from my working week, so I get to break my regular routines, and run the day the way that I want to.
I don’t know about you, but although my Saturday’s tend to be my break from my standard routine, I do like find there are some things that help make my Saturday’s better, and one of them is planning my day in advance. By doing this I don’t end up wasting time doing random things like spending money on spontaneous shopping just because I was bored!
So what may help is getting some ideas on things to do, they can then be planned over the upcoming Saturday’s in advance, so you have a plan when Saturday arrives. It’s important to bear in mind that you may want to have some relaxing time on a Saturday. You may also want to do things that will help you to succeed in life or help your wellbeing.
In my blog posts today and future Saturday’s I’m going to give you some suggestions of things to do on a Saturday.
Suggestion #2 – Spend 1 hour every Saturday decluttering
Look around your house in every room, do you look at any of the rooms and think you really need to declutter?
Let’s be honest, we could probably all do with decluttering at least one room in our house, so here’s your next suggestion of something to do on a Saturday…spend 1 hour every Saturday decluttering one room in your house.
The best way to stop your ‘clutter’ getting out of control is to declutter just a little bit at a time. After all a little can go a long way! Why not start by spending just 1 hour decluttering the room most in need of decluttering.
If that is your bedroom, start by bagging clothes and shoes you don’t wear anymore, and donate them to a charity of your choice. Or if the room most in need of decluttering is your living room, maybe it’s time to gather old DVDs, CDs or LPs and donate them to a charity shop.
So pick a room to declutter and spend just 1 hour decluttering it one Saturday. Then the next Saturday spend another hour decluttering it. Continue each Saturday spending 1 hour decluttering that room, until you complete it, then move onto the next room, and do the same again. Rinse and repeat until you declutter your whole house!
Happy decluttering! Good luck!