I find ways to stay organized without spending a lot of time, effort, and money.
I clarify my priorities. I figure out what matters to me. I think about my most important goals. I review my to-do list and cross off nonessential tasks.
I plan my schedule. I block out time for activities that give me satisfaction and fulfillment. I spend time with my loved ones. I take care of my personal and professional responsibilities. I leave time for relaxing and having fun.
I develop daily routines that give my life more structure. I stick to regular bedtimes and mealtimes as much as possible. I check my messages at designated intervals instead of staring at my phone much of the day.
I focus on one thing at a time. Working like this helps me to accomplish more with less stress.
I limit distractions. I cut back on binge watching and aimless internet browsing. I wear headphones or close my office door when I need to concentrate.
I keep my home and office tidy and clean. I dust and sweep. I donate items I rarely use or store them out of sight.
I stay calm. When I am under pressure, I slow down. I consider my options and weigh the consequences of my actions. I make sound decisions.
Today, I adopt habits that help my life to run more smoothly. Being organized reduces stress and makes me happier and more successful.
- What would I say to somebody who thinks being organized is boring?
- How can I make household chores more fun?
- How can I stay organized if there are children or pets in my home?