Life is so hectic these days that everything feels messy and it’s like everything’s happening all at once. But that’s just not the case. It’s time we all need to admit that we need some help in organizing our lives properly. It’s important to do all this, but staying organized makes life easier and comfortable. Just think about how easy it is to find stuff and avoid hassles. Most of the organized people are not born organized originally, they have to improve healthy habits, which helps them to stay organized. So even if you think you are a very disorganized person, you can learn to be organized. From planning things, jotting things down, to ditching the unnecessary and organizing things that matter, you will become an organized person as long as you’re willing to learn and practice.

Here are the essential habits on how to organize your life:

1. Write Down Things

We can all agree most of us have a tough time remembering things. If you really want to remember things then put it in writing or a digital notebook. We all know someone that remembers every birthday and sends cards for every holiday. It’s not magic and they don’t use memorization. Trying to revise things will not support you to stay organized. You should try writing things down. A pen and a piece of paper is our best way of remembering things externally, and it’s much more permanent that we can never forget. You will further complicate your life by trying to fill with important dates and reminders in your brain. Write down everything like shopping lists for groceries, holiday gifts, home decor, and important dates like meetings and birthdays. Try writing down people’s names immediately after you meet them. This will help you to remember a lot more names that way. Keeping your to-do, lists and other information is written somewhere allows you to look back at it anytime, even when you’ve hit your head and forgotten your own name.

2. Make Schedules and Deadlines

Organized people don’t waste time. They know that keeping things organized is very useful to stay productive. They make and keep schedules for the day and week. They make deadlines and set goals. And most importantly, they and stick to them! In the same way, by living a confused lifestyle, you will not have the time or space to make your deadlines or achieve your goals. Write down the things you want to achieve this year in your life. Write down what you need to do to achieve them.

Life is too short, make sure you’re doing what is essential to you. It’s extremely exhausting to have a “cleaning day” where you clean everything all at once. Distribute tasks evenly, so for example, dishwashing could be done daily; while vacuuming could be scheduled weekly and cleaning the windows done monthly.

3. Create A List Of Your Passwords In a Safe App

Passwords are very important in keeping your privacy and security. Unfortunately by using the same password for all your accounts is not secure, while having a lot of different passwords is secure but difficult to remember all of them. Centralize your passwords and sensitive data using an app that allows you to create one password to secure all your other passwords, like LastPass.So if you feel that having different passwords is quite difficult to remember it is suggested to write down or save your passwords for better security.

4. Create a Weekend List

Maintain a list of activities that you want to do this weekend, so you can consult this list when your bored instead of wasting the time finding out what to do or just by giving up. Whatever tasks you decide to do, remember that you can’t fully organize your life in a single go. It’s a long, never-ending process so it's all to be patient and calm. Just decide how to get organized now then take simple steps until you see some change in your life. Soon enough, you will be making a habit out of it all.

5. Work Hard

Put in a little effort. Actually, put in a lot of effort when necessary. Once you have inherited responsibilities and plan your day, then you can organize what you have to do. Staying organized is not all a breeze. It requires that you work hard with the recognition that when you work harder, you can enjoy your clutter-free home life later. Work harder when you feel like giving up today. What’s more important is to remember what you work for is meaningful to you. And this is how you can stay motivated and happy every day: How to Get Motivated and Be Happy Every Day When You Wake Up. Learn from these useful tips, make them your habits every single day. Slowly you’ll become a lot more organized and productive!

6.Practice Putting Things Away

All your hard work creating a dedicated space for your stuff will be wasted if you don’t actually implement it. Keep the calm and organized situation at your home by putting all of these things away, immediately after you’re done with them. This practice only takes a few minutes but it’ll save you a lot of cleaning time later on. More stuff means more clutter. People who live organized their lives keep only what they need and what they most want. Having fewer things also means that you are enjoying those things more and feel good about using everything you own by yourself.

The number of things you actually own exceeds your needs list, then it’s time you need to get organized. It is better to stay organized rather than having lots of work to do and staying up doing nothing because of lack of time. But when you organize yourself you allow some time for your things and this gives you extra time to relax.



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