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7 SIMPLE STEPS TO ORGANIZE YOUR LIFE

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Making your life easier doesn’t mean you have to move into a tiny box or work all hours of the day. Here are seven simple steps that will help you streamline your life, so you can focus on what matters most: your family, friends, hobbies, and personal well-being. Organize Your Life (in 7 Easy Steps):

1. Make A List


At first glance, making a list might not seem like it has anything to do with organizing your life—however, once you’ve done it, written down everything you need to do in an easy-to-read checklist format, crossing things off that list becomes much more satisfying and enjoyable than randomly taking care of tasks throughout your week.

2. Work As Soon As You Wake Up


Instead of dreading chores as soon as you wake up, think about getting them out of the way right away; when they’re no longer hanging over your head (even if just for five minutes), get excited about moving onto something else.

3. Do Something Outside Of The House Every Day


Yes, even on days when it’s cold, rainy, or snowy outside—getting out of doors can recharge our batteries while also breathing some fresh air into our lives!

4. Figure Out What Works For You


There’s no one way to organize your life, because everyone is different; instead of trying new organizational methods and forgetting about them later, figuring out what works best for you is key to feeling less stressed after a long day at work.

5. Plan Meals And Grocery Shopping In Advance


This requires a bit of preparation—planning what you want to eat and how many meals you’ll cook during the week in advance saves both time and money.

6. Make Sure Your Important Items Are Within Reach


Sometimes having important items too far from where we sit or stand results in us constantly getting up and down to find them; keeping essentials within arm’s reach means we spend less time messing around.

7. Put Things Away After Use


This seems obvious, but sometimes it makes sense to leave certain items out, such as mail left on the counter until you can attend to it … However, there are other times when putting things away immediately after use keeps clutter at bay.

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