Maintenance is less of a struggle when you use these 3 strategies. The "routine" aspect of maintenance seems boring. You'd rather be doing something fun like playing, or reading, or planning, or...almost anything else. You think putting things back where you got them would take too much time away from your fun. But what you don't take into account is that delayed maintenance doesn't just add up, it multiplies the time you'll have to spend later.
As a professional organizer, I am always on the lookout for tools, strategies, and systems that help me and my clients do more of what we want to do.
Here are 5 tools I used in 2018 that will increase my productivity in 2019.
Creating space in other areas of your life is just as important. Personal and
professional change, growth and development also require space to succeed. You need sufficient space to see yourself as you want to be and do the things you want to do.
Is there an item on your to-do list that never seems to get checked off because you don't know where to start? Do you have a project you can't seem to complete because you're overwhelmed by everything you have to do?
2017 was a bit of a wild ride for me. You may have noticed that I missed a month here and there and wasn't consistent at any time. I wandered off my path repeatedly, or rather, the path disappeared and I was trying to break trail through brambles and swamps, over and over again.