No matter how much I try to organise my time better, there are times where it feels like my to do list is never-ending. This can get overwhelming – especially when certain health issues flare up, which can stop from me from being productive at all for a dew days.
However, I am slowly figuring out how to deal with a to do list that has grown to a scary long length, so I thought I’d share some of my favourite tips with all of you.
After all, cleaning and organising IS inevitable as an adult, so any advice that I can give to other people to help make it be less of a chore – and perhaps even a bit enjoyable – I am certainly going to pass along!
So here are some of the things that I personally do during my organising/cleaning/decluttering days that help me be more productive. I hope they help you despise these unavoidable parts of growing up even just a *little* bit less 😂
ACTUALLY MAKE A LIST
This one may seem pretty obvious, but it’s something a lot of people don’t bother doing: actually write down your to-do list. In fact, keep one going at all times, because there ARE going to be times when you realise there’s a task that needs to be done, but you don’t be able to do then and there, and when you finally have some spare time to do it, you will have forgotten what it was.
It happens to everyone, but noting things down as you think of them will help eliminate this problem. Plus, the mere act of crossing things off your to do list as you do them is a wonderful and motivating feeling that will only encourage you more while you’re working on those tasks.Read More »