Not many people will say ‘no’ if your ask them if they are an organised person. Being organised is a skill you develop over a period of time. Or don’t. However, if you are an organised person, how much is good enough?
Only if there were a way to measure how organised a person is. But since there’s no such tool available yet, answers to the question come from your own experience making it a subjective process.
Whatever the case is, this one trait, if adapted, can have a number of benefits for any individual.
From managing your room to managing your finances, organisation is key. Without it, there’s only room for confusion.
If you need more reasons to be convinced about getting organised in life, then read on.
1. It’ll declutters the mind.
Clean your room and experience how therapeutic it can be. If tidying up your room once can give you that high, imagine how you’d feel if you did so regularly. Strangely, getting your room in order has a direct effect on your mind and energy. You mind space feels decluttered too. Don’t believe us? Try cleaning your room today.
2. You’ll save time by finding your things exactly where you kept them.
Time is everything my friend. And keeping things in order is an efficient way to manage it. It’s easy to dump things in a corner but is it really worth the panic you feel when you can’t find your car keys or your phone? So save yourself the hassle and assign everything you own its own proper place. Besides you’ll be left with more free time, and we’re never going to complain about that.
3. You’ll always feel in control.
So your relationship is falling apart, at least now you’ll know where you can find tissues in your room. Keeping things in order, helps you organise your thoughts as well, and will make you feel in control.
4. You’ll see a change in your efficiency.
Planning your day at work, settings deadlines for yourself and making to-do lists is not boring at all. Quite the opposite actually. Not only do you manage your time well this way, it also make you more efficient. And the reward for that at work you know well.
5. You’ll free less stressful.
The moment there’s more control and time in your life, stress goes out the window. We’re not saying there’ll be no stress at all. We’re saying there won’t be as much of it to disrupt your life.
6. Multitasking comes easy.
That’s the other thing. One you have a plan and specific time slots for say things you need to do in the day, things will fall in to place. You’ll find that you’re able to accommodate more things which automatically makes it easier for you to multitask.
7. Last minute plans? Friends coming over in half an hour. You won’t sweat it.
Since you have all the things in place and the extra time to do more, hosting a party last minute or having friends over for a mid-week get together won’t make you break out in sweat. You’ll have it all handled.
8. Mental peace.
You’ll find there’s more peace within you. And that’s understandable because all the clutter and chaos is now gone. The calming effect of being organised on a daily basis is a great self gift.
9. It can lower the risk of heart attacks.
What is more important than your heart, right? And getting organised can save your heart since the stress is already gone.