Ashley Brown, of Routine and Things, joins Heather and Brittany to talk about routine blocking and why it’s perfect for overwhelmed, busy moms like you. She also shares about her new planner, and how using it will make remembering all the things easier than ever.
ABOUT Ashley Brown
Ashley Brown is a mom of two, author of the Routine Building Handbook, and owner of Routine and Things, which serves to help women get organized and into routine so they enjoy the heck out of life. Ashley knows when women feel good, the world is better for it. She’s on a mission to see as many women as possible organize their life one routine at a time!
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WHAT TO LISTEN FOR: routine blocking
- What exactly is routine blocking, and why you should try it
- How routine blocking frees up space in your brain so you have more effort to think about the bigger things
- Why a brain dump might be the answer to all of your problems
things we mentioned + other resources
- Order the Routine and Things planner! It will open up to email subscribers first, and will be for sale to the general public on October 5.
- Learn more about routine blocking in this how to video
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