I'm still working on it! I used to be a super clean and tidy person, but life got in the way in q variety of ways. I have a board that I use to allocate big tasks to different days to keep me on track, and I am trying to get in the habit of putting things away as soon as I finish with them
I think dividing the areas into smaller tasks is critical to not giving up. Just clean the sink and load the dishwasher, for example. Or just di one load of laundry. Looking at the entire formidable insurmountable task can cause you to sit down and binge Netflix!! Right?
To me, having an organized workstation makes me feel more focused and calm. Also, small children visit this house frequently, so for obvious safety reasons, I keep things that they can hurt themselves, each other and me in overhead shelves, and put all prescriptions in a lock box .
- How do I begin the process of moving clutter into an organized space?
- How much effort or time we should spend for cleaning?when my dusty please don’t bother me much.
- How do you find the discipline to keep everything clean all the time?
- Do you do certain items in order when tidying?
- Do you minimize the the amount of cleaning you’ve actually done to feel like you can tick off the Clean and Tidy habit while doing as little as possible?
- Is it a good idea to do a little tidy almost every time you enter or exit the room?
- How do you find motivation if you live in a dark basement?
- how often do the guys tidy up the data on the hard drives in the computer, laptop?
- How do I get my partner to tidy up with me consistently?
- What stuff should I put under my bed?