Being organized makes my life a lot easier. I start by getting my thoughts under control. When my mind is at peace, my surroundings become more orderly.
Coordinating my schedule with a written calendar simplifies planning, saves time, and helps me to live up to my commitments. I am clear about the tasks I need to do and how to approach them efficiently. I keep track of the promises I make to myself and others. I live up to my word.
I put systems in place that simplify tasks and keep me from becoming overwhelmed. I break projects down into smaller steps. I follow structured routines that enable me to do more in less time.
I establish priorities. My top obligations come first. This easy rule helps me focus on the things that are most important to me.
I streamline my to-do list and modify my expectations. I cut back on less urgent chores. I am satisfied with being able to see most of the rug in my child’s bedroom. I can accept a few toys scattered around.
I evaluate my attachment to material things. The less I own, the easier it is to keep my home neat.
I welcome support from others and delegate assignments to free up my time and energy.
Today, I acknowledge that an orderly life helps me enjoy stress-free days. I create a calm mental and physical environment that simplifies my life and brings me joy.
1. What is the most important area of my life where I want to be more organized?
2. How does being organized help me to be more productive?
3. What is my chief personal motivation for becoming more organized?