When we think about decluttering and organising our home, there are many options; you can effortlessly search on the internet and find a lot of information, tips and even list on how to declutter your home, so after decluttering, you want to keep your home organised, right?
How will I create a home that will keep tidy without I need to spend hours tidying it up? In that stage of organisation, I can give you thousands of tips about organising your home.
I want to go to the root problem. As a professional declutterer and Organiser, I have been helping many people as prominent families, single mums, elderly couples, and people with different backgrounds. On this journey, I have helped them to declutter their homes and organise.
All my clients have a particular thing in common: they don't have a daily routine personalised for their needs and limits, making the mess happen again.
I have a very well-organised daily routine and home. Still, it is not always "spark joy", you think that easy for her because she is a professional organiser, but before I wasn't, but of course, I always love to keep my home organised and keep my declutter ongoing, it's a process. I am still learning and improving.
Do you want to know my secret about it? Believe it or not, it's not about Home Organising; it is about the daily routine. For example, suppose you don't create a routine that aligns with your home organisation's needs. In that case, you will never get it organised, but create a daily routine that will help to get your clutter under control and keep your home forever tidy; you need to recognise your behaviour patterns and create a daily routine that makes sense to your and your family.
So how to organise your daily routine? Here are the tips for creating a daily routine that will help you keep your home forever tidy.
Specific your goals and understand your needs and limits
Measure your progress
Your daily routine needs to be achievable; keep it simple and FUN
You need to be realistic; you can have a yoga class at 2:30 pm, but you need to drive to pick up the kids from school at 3:30 pm.
Make lists ( shopping lists, monthly priority lists, things to do and categorise by morning, afternoon and evening.
If you're a morning person, do your priorities tasks in the mornings.
Time-bound creating time and date for your tasks, time blocking is a scheduling format that helps boost productivity by dividing your day into specific blocks of time. It's a lifesaver for me.
Be Consistent. Make organisation part of your daily routine, chipping away at your bad habits little by little until they finally disappear.
How are you feel about your daily routine?
The starting point here is understanding your needs and limits, and your goals need to be relevant to the lifestyle you want to live, take the time to look at your daily routine.
Reminder: multitasking is not suitable for you.
So get to it – you're going to be glad you did!