Really organised people are not born organised, they have to cultivate healthy habits, which then help them to stay organised. So even if you think you are a very disorganised person, you can learn to be organized. From planning things, jotting things down, to ditching the unnecessary and organising things that matter, you will become an organised person as long as you’re willing to learn and practice.
You will only further complicate your life by trying to contain important dates and reminders in your head. Write down everything: shopping lists for groceries, holiday gifts, home decor, and important dates like meetings and birthdays.
Organized people don’t waste time. They recognize that keeping things organized goes hand-in-hand with staying productive. They make and keep schedules for the day and week. They make deadlines and set goals.
Find time each week to organize. Highly organized people make sure they find time every week or more to organize their things. Stuff does not stay organized on its own; it needs to be reorganized continuously and consistently. As an experiment, look at your schedule and find a time to organize, then do it.
This website trys to aim to help you get more organsed in life wether it be at work,home or school