Self-Improvement Made Easy Getting Organized: Remembering

Self-Improvement Made Easy Getting Organized: Remembering All Those Little Things

 

Self-Improvement Made Easy Getting Organized: Remembering All Those Little Things how many times have you gotten home from work and realized you had forgotten to do some important chore? By the time you realized it, it is too late must be put off until another day.

How many times have you forgotten to do something because, it was scheduled months prior but when the date rolls around, you have completely forgotten about it?

This happens to all of us at some point in our lives. We get caught up in the daily grind of life and our routines so anything that happen outside of that runs a significant risk of getting missed. In this article we will look at some ways to remind yourself of those little day to day chores and errands and to help remind yourself of those events coming up in the next few months.

Many of us need just reminding to do those chores and errands after work. There are various things you can try. You do not need to invest loads of money in expensive software or hire a PA. You can do it with things you have in your home.

The most basic tool is the little notebook and pen. Make sure you always have this with you and jot down those things you need to do that day. Always have it in your pocket as a reminder. Try to stay away from little scraps of paper. These frequently get lost making them useless.

If you have email or voice mail on your computer, try sending yourself messages. This is easy to do and takes just seconds. You can also set it up to send you messages while you are at work.

Finally, if you have an answering machine in your home, phone it and leave yourself a reminder message. This is one of the first things we do when we arrive in our homes is check our messages. Should you forget during the day but are reminded as soon as you walk in. you may still have time to complete the chore that day.

By using these simple tips. The chances of you forgetting any important matters will decrease.

Getting Organized: How to Tackle the Big Tasks

 

How many times have we put off doing those large tasks because we know how much effort and energy they will require? Just thinking about doing them wears you down.

Soon you find that this large job that you once had weeks to accomplish much be done in days. In this article we will look at ways to take on big tasks, so they are more manageable. We will look and the best times of the day to tackle certain things to get them finished and checked off your list.

Most big tasks can be broken up into small manageable tasks. To get then done with as little stress as possible, this is what should be done. If you are looking to spring clean your home, for example, divide the house up room by room.

Then list everything that needs to be done in each room. Once you have your lists you need to prioritize what needs to be done first, second and so on. Once this is complete you can get going.

Making lists of smaller tasks and ticking them off as you get them done gives you a feeling of accomplishment. Instead of one monster task you can reward yourself for doing the series of smaller tasks. You will see things start to take shape and feel better as the task suddenly becomes smaller.

Big tasks in some ways are a mixed blessing. There are things that you like to do and things that you dread. When you have your list of what you want to get done for that day, if possible, do the least desired task first.

Your energy levels are highest in the early part of the day so giving it to those tasks you really do not want to do will get them ticked from your list much faster. Waiting until later, when you are tired and slow, will virtually guarantee that the task will get put off.

Big tasks seem quite daunting; however, all of them can be shattered into small tasks. By doing this you are making the large task much more manageable and even enjoyable at times. The next large task you know you have coming, pan in advance and break it up. You will find it is not so bad.

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