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On Organization Part I (Your House)

By: Tom Malone


When attempting to foster an organized lifestyle, the house is the first place to begin. We spend most of our relaxation time in our house, so it’s necessary for that relaxation time to occur in a clutter-free place.

The main room (T.V. room, living room, etc.) needs to be organized for a few reasons. First, it’s where you spend the most time. Second, when guests arrive, they subconsciously (or consciously) judge you based on the neatness of this room. If this room is organized, you’ll feel more confident about the way in which your lifestyle is perceived.

The next room is the kitchen. Food and nutrition are essential parts of our daily routine that have an incredible impact on our happiness and confidence levels; however, when we’re in a hurry, we reach for the easy-to-find foods. Ensure that all your food (especially the nutritious kinds) are easily available. Also, cleanliness in the kitchen will improve your health by minimizing diseases.

Third, focus on your bedroom. It’s your own, personal, solitary place, so make sure it’s a place that evokes a stress-free aura. Freeing it of clutter will help.

Now, I’m not saying that your house has to be spotless and that all of your clothes need to be color-coded and your bookshelf needs to be organized according to author’s last name. That’s excessive. All I’m saying is that you should have a method to where things go in your own house.

When you know where things are, you’re more likely to complete a task efficiently. When your things are organized in a visually appealing manner, your mind feels a sense of accomplishment for putting them there.

*Photo By: Tom Malone
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