It’s Thursday….and it’s time to ‘THINK’…
Which room(s) is the MOST difficult to keep ORGANIZED and CLUTTER-FREE?
In general, how hard is it to keep each room in your house ORGANIZED and FREE of CLUTTER, on a scale of 1-5, with 5 being hardest. (Share in Comments)
De-cluttering your life is not just about getting rid of things; it’s about reimagining your life processes and improving them to make your day-to-day easier.
Cleaning your home can be a tedious task and procrastinating only makes matters worse. Set up a schedule to clean a part of the house each day rather than saving it all up for your weekend. (Watch for posts to follow with Cleaning Schedule ideas and tips)
Preparing in advance is a great way to avoid stress while helping you feel prepared and confident for any situation. Consider packing your bag the night before work. Your morning will go much smoother and any miscellaneous life “clutter” won’t derail you since you’ve already prepared.
Meal planning has several benefits. By setting the menu before shopping, you avoid unnecessary purchases at the grocery store. Prepping your lunch for the week is just as helpful as packing your bag the night before.
Buy an alarm clock and leave your cell phone in another room at night. Studies show screen time before bed is double trouble. Not only does it make it more challenging to fall asleep, it affects how sleepy and alert you are the next day.1
Aim to be wherever you are going 10 minutes early. This small window of extra time helps you prepare and avoid feeling rushed or overwhelmed.
**Watch for posts to follow with the TOPIC:** DAILY and WEEKLY Cleaning Schedules to make your day to day easier.