1. Molly {Dreams in HD}

    love this feature, thanks ladies!

    Molly {Dreams in HD}

  2. Whitney @ Whitney Society

    As a new entrepreneur working full time from home, these GSD posts are more helpful than ever!

    Thanks for posting!

  3. Jessie

    Yay! Thanks for having me, Meg! Always think of you when I feel the push to GSD! #wootwoot

  4. Karen

    Love this and I love Style & Pepper! GSD is one of my favorite Meg Biram series!

  5. Liz {What Dress Code?}

    I love the strategy of inviting people over to motivate you to get things cleaned up — that works for me every time too! Also very inspired by your commitment to answering every email — definitely something I need to work on!

  6. Jessie D. Miller

    I am taking notes, am I the only person without a Google calendar?!

  7. Ame

    Yet another amazing bio! Great to “meet” Jessie!

  8. annie

    always my favorite posts – love this one!

  9. Laura

    I am also a total Google Calendar junkie. I have individual calendar categories for exercise, personal goals and appointments, reminders about when to change filters…EVERYTHING. Couldn’t live without it!

  10. kiley - a Sequin Dress at Breakfast

    jessie is an organized machine! i need to take some of her advice – way to go girl!


    1. Jessie

      Ha! I should have had Meg add a disclaimer that said – “Bloggers in this post may seem more put-together than they appear.” Happy to share my tips, but must admit that keeping up with everything is always a challenge! XOXO

  11. Hitha On The Go

    I love Jessie, and love the advice she’s dispensing in this series! Going to download Making Ideas Happen ASAP.

    1. Jessie

      Love you back, Girl. 😉 XO

  12. Megan

    Oh i love this! Such good advice, apps and inspiration for GSD!

    Megan from Chasing Davies

  13. Marta Spendowska

    Love GSD series so much! Hi Jessie 🙂
    I still have love/hate relationship with GoogleCal for scheduling things (tend to use my customized MarthaSteward paper cal, just because I love my LePens and paper), but I love it for reminders. I have 1 cal called DEADLINES where I post the deadline date, obviously 🙂

    And Pomodoro is such a great help. I set it up for 90min work/30 brake, then 90min work/1 hr brake (lunch/walk), then 90min work/30 brake, 90min work/30 brake (6 hrs of work..+)

    Thanks Meg for these posts!

    1. Jessie

      Hi, Marta! Totally agree with your love of a written schedule… While my calendar stays online so that I can sync it with all of my devices, I’m very much a handwritten list person. Even with a Teux-Deux account, I still write out what I’m planning on doing for the day on a little post-it on my desk, and nothing beats the satisfaction of crossing each item off! (Plus, then they stay in front of me without having to keep a window or app open.)

  14. lauren @ la petite fashionista

    her calendar.. love how organized it is! what great resources. love this series!

  15. tasha

    This is a great feature. I am going to check out some of the things she listed.


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