Organizing Habits

Organizing habits Organizing habits can improve well being, health and safety, time management and productivity. In C. Drexel’s, “Habits: Easy Habits For a Better Life” 2017, Drexel lists 15 habits for a better life. They include: Exercise regularly Eat healthy Sleep well Meditate Smile Maintain a journal Reduce tv/laptop time Have simple expectations Lead a simple life Learn to keep an open mind Write down your goals Nurture close relationships Spend time outdoors Practice morning rituals Spend wisely We can all improve our habits and way of thinking to be more organized. As a Personal Professional Organizer and Time Management Coach I encourage you to let common sense guide you. Select one habit to create or improve rather than try to take on too many. Inspired by Drexel’s work, read more about my top organizing habits, also referred to as “Optimal Habits”… Denise’s Organizing Habits In my 2012 book of organizing inspirations, “Organizing Your Life From Outside In” , I offer ways to be more positive, inspired and motivated about your accomplishments including space decluttering and organizing, time management and productivity, and image and wardrobe updating. Too often we focus on what we haven’t done which doesn’t move us forward or help us to achieve our goals. Here are 6 of these organizing habits: Exercise and move on a daily basis You don’t have to hire a personal trainer or join a gym to move on a daily basis You can…park your car far from your destination; take the stairs instead of the escalator; and hold walking meetings. Organizing and time management tip: Manage your time by leaving extra time in between tasks and meetings. Eat healthier You don’t have to hire a nutritionist or personal chef. You can…add more vegetables and fruits, drink more water, reduce or eliminate meat, poultry,… read more →