Conversely, if you are not motivated, you will find it difficult to move towards the goals you have set for yourself. There is even a good chance that you never get there … without wanting to be pessimistic.
To be disorganized is to leave the door open to the unexpected, you no longer have any control over your schedule, you are constantly under pressure, to run in all directions.
The good news is that by organizing you, you will find and maintain your motivation. And the more motivated you are, the more you will be happy to be organized. A virtuous circle then engages.
Make a new to do list every single day based on the previous day’s list. You will notice that even if you’re not a big list maker, it will organize your day and wont feel like you have too much to do or overwhelm anymore. When your day is over look at your list and cross off what you’ve completed or what you’ve deemed no longer relevant.
With your to do list now in place you have a plan of what you need to get done in your day. Sticking to a routine helps to automate tasks that need to get done — whether you dread them or not — because doing something every single day will make breaks a big project into small ones and you will feel much more in control with less stress , I really think this is a good habit to develop.
The single, the simplest thing I do to stay personally organized is to put whatever tool, item, clothing, bag, hairbrush, etc., away immediately after using it. That way I always know where everything is and my home stay clean and organized.
Whatever electronics or paper you use, make them work for YOU not the other way around. Do you need to check your email every 5 minutes? Maybe, but I bet you’ll get a whole lot more done if you check it just a few times per day.
The best way to remain organized is to allot certain hours of the day the de-cluttering and cleaning up. It doesn’t have to be a large chunk of time whether you can do 15 to 30 minutes a day and it will be enough.
Whether it’s a bulletin board in your kitchen or a Google calendar that you all sync and add to individually, it’s important that a family shares plans and information, such as times, dates, phone numbers and so on. Color-coding can take things even further, if you’re so inclined — each family member can have their own color, which is extremely helpful for at-a-glance info.
Try to organize your thing in clear boxes, bins, zip-lock bags and opt for open shelving. It is easier to be organized when you can see what‘s inside and also it is much easier to find!
We all tend to clutter ourselves, in order to be organized not only do we have to have good habits and enough space, but also avoid cluttering ourselves with things that we do not need or use.
Delegate tasks that require only supervision. It is also important to know how to communicate effectively. To explain what you expect. Do not neglect to support and encourage.
I hope these tips you will improve your motivation … to organize yourself!