You will find these organizing tips will help you focus on organizing your time and help you determine what is most important to you in your life.
Do you like to try something new, such as a sport, hobby, or lessons of some kind? If so, do you have time in your schedule? Consider eliminating an old activity or even two before adding a new one.
This will give you adequate time to devote to the new endeavor and you will enjoy it more.
Did you know that "someday" is not a day of the week? If you really want to get something done, commit to a deadline, ask a friend to make you accountable, and then plan your reward for meeting the deadline.
If tackling a major project seems overwhelming to you, the first step is to break it down into smaller segments.
Brainstorm and write the tasks down as they come to you.
Later you can edit the list and put it in the proper order.
Using a pencil or computer will make the editing task much easier? At the end of each year, it is time to set up your calendar for next year.
This is a great opportunity to learn from the events of the last year for which you did not allow enough time.
Why not plan your summer family vacation or begin your Christmas shopping a little earlier next year? Write down on your calendar the ideal date to get started.
What a great way to begin organizing your life more efficiently.
Perhaps it is time to write a "not to do" list! On this list you would include any tasks that you can easily delegate to someone else and things you do just to please other people.
Included on this list would be tasks that have little or no consequence when completed.
Start evaluating your decisions when asked to take on more responsibility and consider adding that task to your "not to do" list! Stay organized with your finances by setting aside a specific time each week to track your spending and to pay bills.
With identify theft rampant in our society today, you must know almost on a daily or at least a weekly basis what is financially coming in and going out.
Using digital aids is very helpful.
review your credit card statement on a regular basis.