Tip #7 Stay Organized
Though it seems to be a common sense tip, it really is more a matter of purposely training yourself to stay organized. If you have a creative type of personality, it’s easy to leave valuable objects around the house.
I have spent many wasted hours looking for something I had no idea where I last put.Friends and Family have used expressions like “Everything has a home. If you take it to its home, it will always be there,” and “Put it back where you got it, for Pete’s sake!” I’ve misplaced everything from cash to paperwork to jewelry. My sister worked hard with me to adhere to this ONE TIP so that my life would go more smoothly.
Even now I can be looking right at something and not see it. But this tip cuts down on the frustration.
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How much do you struggle with organization? What helps you to become better organized and stop wasting so much time? Share it in the comments below.
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