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Why get organized?
Maybe you really don’t have to, after all, you’ve lived so far why rock the boat?
but…. Before you dismiss the idea out of your mind, look around.
You may not even realize how poor organization affects you, your family, and your home.
1- Do you tend to be a highly reactive person?
2- Do you regularly forget appointments or be late?
3- Do you spend time searching for things around the house or yelling because other people in the house aren’t doing anything?
Well, all of this can be a direct result of being unorganized, which is no fun.
Not at all…
In fact, there are many reasons to sort things out, so I thought I’d put them together for you to see for yourself.
Because one of the keys to successful organization is knowing the “why.” This will help keep you motivated throughout.
When your life is organized, you will be more determined to get there.
We hope these reasons will motivate you and give you the start you need.
#1 – For Better Mental Health
I added this in the first place because getting yourself a little more organized can make a dramatic difference in many parts of your life.
- you can Avoid too many arguments and accumulating resentment People know where things go where, who is responsible for their work and when they need to be where, so they can be with their families when they are organized.
- If the surroundings are not cluttered, lower cortisol levels (Stress Hormone) Helps relieve negative emotions brought on by stress.
- you have higher satisfaction in life Because everything feels much calmer and in control.
Living with stress is horrible (I know this firsthand). The more organized you are about how you feel, however small the change may seem, it can have a really big impact on you.
Think about how you will feel when you enter the house. Everything is under control, all tasks around the house are scheduled, and everything is in place so you can find it quickly when you need it. It’s a moment of bliss.
#2 – To get richer
Yes, it is.
For those who don’t want to save money to spend on more important things in life, here are some ways to maximize your income and spend less through organization.
- Don’t waste your voucher money – our system ensures that you can use your voucher before the expiration date
- Maximize your cashback by using your store card or refund credit card the right way. This is really wasted money and if managed properly it will add to your money very quickly.
- Understanding your financial situation, creating a budget and saving will help you save money for rainy days and the more important things in life. Once you manage and organize your money, it will be much easier for you to keep it in balance by the end of the month.
- Money Savings – When was the last time you made sure you weren’t spending money on something you didn’t need? Old debits for insurance on items you no longer own, subscriptions to magazines you no longer want to read, etc. You can definitely reduce waste just by looking at what is on your bill.
- How many times have you had to go shopping because you couldn’t find something at home and found it weeks later? – What a waste of money and time. Now you know: –
#3 – To Spend More Time
Image this: Go shopping for something you can’t find, or forget a present for someone’s birthday tomorrow. Even if it’s five minutes to the store, you’ll end up spending an hour. She spends an hour on the road – so what if you get sidetracked by another store?
you have to ask yourself How much is your time really worth?
Can you afford to waste time on forgotten items? If you did, what would you do with the extra time?
Being organized helps you manage your time better by spending less time looking for things, less time doing household chores and errands, and better keeping a diary.
#4 – To Achieve Your Goals
What would you do if you had an extra hour in your day?
Wouldn’t it be great if you could take the time to work towards your goals and dreams instead of looking back on what you didn’t achieve?
Making a list of things you want to do in life helps you understand what’s important and what’s not.
You may be wasting time and energy on the wrong things, but disorganization may mask it and leave you feeling like you’re not getting things done.
Ending each day feeling like you’re getting nowhere can be very demoralizing.
With simple organization techniques, you can accomplish more in the same amount of time and focus on what’s important to you.
#5 – For more energy
How much energy do you waste looking for things or going to and from the store? Also, how much mental energy are you wasting thinking about what you need to do next and who needs what the next day?
Both physical and mental energy are very depleted, leaving you exhausted at the end of the day. If you waste that energy on something you don’t need, it will drain even more.
Being organized means you can focus your energy on what matters.
Never underestimate the energy it takes to get organized. I would say it takes a lot more energy than it takes to organize.
#6 – How to stop being wasteful
Waste means things you’ve lost, things you didn’t eat before they spoiled, gasoline for errands you could have avoided, money you’ve spent for no particular reason, and so on.
Organization is a good practice that eliminates waste, such as menu planning, shopping lists, budgeting, and preparation (such as keeping an inventory of gifts purchased during sales and using them as gifts for people throughout the year). helps you acquire You get a nice present and you don’t have to spend a lot of money.)
#7 – How to get the most out of life
Making the most of each day is the key to a happy life. You don’t want to look back and regret wasting your time doing the wrong thing.
We want to create memories of great times spent with loved ones, vacations, and learning new skills. Not a disorganized life where you never got to do the things you enjoy or really love.
Who wouldn’t want to make the most of their life?
If you don’t have to constantly catch up or drown in a sea of paperwork, laundry, and errands, there’s more fun to be had.
#8 – Teach Children Important Life Skills
I have a strong passion for organization and truly believe that all children should be taught the skills they need to live an organized life and be properly prepared when they leave home.
Everyone has to live somewhere. Learning to manage a home and all that comes with it can be undoing for some.
Simple budgeting, schedules, routines, and habits can be learned at an early age and become part of your child’s makeup long before they’re used in real life.
If schools do not teach this, it is the parent’s responsibility to set an example. Can you give your child more than the ability to function well into adulthood?
Children are always watching their parents. And learn from the way parents live.
If you are organized, they will naturally learn how to organize.
#9 – Always be on top of things
Peace of mind is a great motivator.
If you always know that household chores (cleaning, paperwork, etc.) are done properly, you can relax at the end of a long day, and you don’t have to wake up multiple times to do whatever comes to your mind. Be great!
Organization means that the inner chatter of having to do something is minimized.
You don’t have to keep things in your head because you know where to write them down and where to find them when you need them.
Your to-do list and diary are the keys to keeping life calm, no matter how busy it really is.
#10 – Improve your productivity
Being organized helps you become who you really want to be. Being on time for appointments, not traveling in vain, never forgetting birthdays, having enough homes for people to come whenever they notice, clothes that are ready to wear…
The key to being productive is good time and diary management. Once you’ve mastered those two skills, the rest will be well placed.
Ready to get started?
You have to be willing to change and invest time in getting organized. Having a reason to be organized is very helpful.
I recommend visualizing what your ideal life looks like and working toward it. No doubt some of the above reasons are included in that vision.
If it helps motivate you, write this vision down and put it somewhere you can see it every day so that it stays on your mind.
Start and you’ll get there!
I always say that no one is 100% organized in life, but there is always room for more. What I want you to strive for is what is right for you and your family/home.
The key to success is setting realistic goals and achieving them, rather than aiming for the impossible that can never be achieved.
Find the benefits that motivate you the most today and take the plunge.
Future you already thank you…