On Organization Part II (Your Car)

By: Tom Malone

Much like a house, we spend an excessive amount of time in our cars in modern society. Since surrounding ourselves with an organized environment produces a happy lifestyle, why not keep your car’s interior in pristine condition?

Keeping your car’s interior clean is relatively easy, especially compared to an entire home. The main components of the interior include: the driver’s side, the passenger’s side, the back seat, the trunk, and the glove compartment.

Maintaining an organized cockpit takes little effort. Ensure that each storage device (cup holder, center console, etc.) serves a purpose. Otherwise, remove any clutter, trash, and useless stuff from the area.

The same goes for the glove compartment. Keep important car information and frequently used objects like sunglasses in reach; otherwise, remove it.

The back seat tends to go unnoticed by the driver until a group needs a ride. Make sure that the back seat is reserved for passengers.

Lastly, keep the trunk organized. You can store more objects in it compared to the glove compartment, but make sure you know what’s in it.

Keeping an organized vehicle ensures that the time spent in your car will be clutter-free; thus, your car will serve as a place that promotes peace of mind. When you spend so much time in a place, make sure that it enhances your tranquil attitude.

*Photo By: Tom Malone
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