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.

The only way to keep your space organized without effort is to never, ever enter that room again. However, if you're like me, then you want to actually use the room and your possessions. So what do you need to keep the organization you've established? — A Maintenance Habit —

There is no 'making time' for what's important. You can't create more time than you have. But you can TAKE the time for those things that are most meaningful to you.

Even a few minutes matter when it comes to getting rid of clutter, organizing your space, and especially maintaining your systems. Try these:

We need to be realistic about how much time and energy we have these days. So let's Get Real. Set realistic goals and expectations. How long does it really take?

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