@bedlover, your thinking is the same as ours. We are about 2 months of paying off our CC debt (thanks to a wedding!) and will use the CC for all expenses and pay it off monthly.
What I found very helpful is setting up a spreadsheet. We have a column for each of the different bank accounts and CC and we update it weekly with ALL transactions (income and expenditure) we have made. It makes it very easy to see where cash is going. When we first set it up, we made predictions on all regular costs (rates, electricity, gas, body corp etc) so we could also have an idea of when bills were coming and roughy how much that would be. We now have a separate bill account, and each month we transfer a set amount into that account and that way we alway have the money available to pay that bill. You can still put bills on your CC and then use that same money I pay it off your CC at the end of the month. It has been really good for us because we can also work out when we can pay big chunks off the CC depending on if we have bills due that fortnight/month.
ETA: we stuffed ourselves up at the beginning by getting engaged/buying a house/getting married without thinking about the financial implications. For a while we were living pay to pay down to the last dollar and we were stressed. To the point where Coles/Myer cards we had received for Christmas/my birthday were being used for groceries and petrol.