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If you are feeling overwhelmed with responsibilities in your personal and professional life, you aren’t alone. The average adult in America reports feeling like there simply aren’t enough hours in a day to accomplish everything that needs to be done. While this feeling is understandable, for some people, it can simply come down to a lack of organization in their day-to-day life. Getting organized can be tricky, but it isn’t impossible.
Here are 3 simple, yet extremely effective tips for getting organized that can make your life easier.
Make To-Do Lists
One of the most effective strategies that you can use to get your responsibilities and priorities in check is making a to-do list every day. Beginning each day with the creation of a to-do list, preferably one that is split into categories (ie things to do at work, things to do at home, etc.), can help put you on track for a productive and successful day, and will help ensure that you do not forget any important deadlines or appointments, like a visit to ThriveMD. Plus, crossing items off of your to-do list each day will serve as a reminder of just how much you accomplished, making it easier to celebrate yourself and your productivity rates even on a tough day.
Declutter Your Space
Many people find that when their space is organized, their brain feels more organized as well. Make sure to keep the space where you do the majority of your work or spend the majority of your time each day clean, whether it is a room in your home or your desk at work. One way to help keep your space clean and organized is by getting rid of unnecessary items that add unwanted clutter.
There are countless apps and other tools that are designed to help you stay organized in your day-to-day life. If nothing commitments and deadlines on your regular calendar is not working out for you, try using an app like Calendly, which will only allow you to add new items to your calendar based on your current engagements, so you will not risk being overbooked. If you are having a hard time remembering little responsibilities or tasks each day, take advantage of the Reminders app on your phone and receive a push notification at the time that is most convenient each day to ensure that nothing slips your mind.