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Habits of Organized People That You Should Pick Up
We’ve all looked at someone super organized and wondered, “What’s their secret?”
They’re ordinary people like us. They have their ups and downs. They have days when they want to give up and throw in the towel.
But they still manage to keep a smile on their face, get their work done on time, and not have to worry about staying back late.
How do they do it? How do they manage? Here are a couple of habits of organized people that everyone should adopt:
Go to Bed Early
The saying, “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise,” isn’t wrong. The first step to take is to manage your time.
Try to make it a habit to get everything done by 10PM. This way, you can at least get 6–8 hours of quality sleep.
It might take a couple of days but once you’re used to your new routine, you’ll notice that you’ll start getting tired by 10PM.
Pulling all-nighters might help you get more work done but eventually, you’ll burn out. You’ll barely have any energy left. Secondly, it’s a temporary solution. You need a long term solution for managing your time and getting more work done.
And the best way is to get plenty of rest. When your mind is well-rested, it becomes easier to concentrate on tasks and work.
Go for a walk or a run every day. Regularly exercising helps boost your mood because it helps release dopamine—a neurotransmitter that produces feelings of happiness and joy.
If running or walking early in the morning isn’t your thing, you can also do some breathing exercises. Aerobics and even dancing is a great way to boost your mood.
Start Journaling and Planning Your Day
One of the things that organized people do and are good at is journaling and planning their day. Invest in a small notebook or a journal and plan your day accordingly.
You can write down the tasks you need to complete throughout the day. This will also help you figure out which tasks should be prioritized and which ones should be left till the end.