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The Best YouTubers to Watch When You Want to Get Your Act Together

Sometimes inspiration just won’t come, and no matter how much you want to get things accomplished, there’s something missing that isn’t allowing all the parts to click into place. When you want to get your act together, who do you turn to for good advice? Though your first thought might not be ‘total stranger on the internet,’ let me convince you otherwise — sometimes the best advice comes from those who have lived it. And if you don’t have an entrepreneur handy in your day-to-day life, check out these YouTubers who have tips to get success!

Amy Landino

This is the gal who really kickstarted my journey into better time management. Unlike many YouTubers who rely on positivity, Amy Landino gives off more of a vibe of ‘buckle up, this is gonna be difficult.’ That’s the sort of hard truth and honesty I needed. Check her out if you’re really serious about making some changes for the better in your life. 

Jordan Page, FunCheapOrFree

Jordan Page of FunCheapOrFree is a mom of six (six!), so she knows what it takes to align many schedules into one cohesive day. She’s a good place to start if you need collaborate not only your own schedule, but some of your dependents as well. 

How to ADHD

This video began my bullet journaling obsession!! It’s one of the best examples of how to create a bullet journaling system that works for you. Also, the rest of this channel has excellent learning strategies for those with ADHD. A win all around!

Art of Manliness

Though I’m definitely not the target demographic for this channel, this video certainly helped me. I especially liked the tip to set aside some time every week, on a specific day of the week, to plan out what is going to happen.

While you can find a video for just about any topic or subject on YouTube, these YouTubers in particular have been key players in my journey to a more productive life. I hope they help you too! Keep in mind that the journey to a better time management and overall scheduling system takes a lot of time and effort. I know I get discouraged easily — so I have to start small. Enacting little things like creating a good morning routine and having a good calendaring system helped me a lot, so I would recommend those actions as a good starting point. I use Google Calendar, Google Keep, and a good ol’ paper planner to keep my life in line. Good luck to you!! I know you can do it!!

I'm a transfer student to the U, majoring in Writing and Rhetoric, minoring in creative writing and book arts.
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