Because I’m Disorganized?

Today I woke up in a rainy Monday and full of work to be done, but instead of grimacing and blurt out a curse, I thanked God for the delicious details of my life. One of them is to be able to work from home while this little rain knocks at the window. I realized also that maybe my mood hadn’t been the same if I had woken up in a messy room and found my desktop (where I write now) in the same situation. This was the only task that I performed on Sunday: prepare the environment for the Monday morning.

You feel your energy drain when you enter in a mess? The place where you find yourself influences your ideas? Better understand their relationship with the environment can help kick things off to a more organized life. Start by completing the following:

  • I’m disorganized because …
  • The three things that prevent me from being more organized are …
  • What really helps with the mess at home or at work is …
  • Mess makes me feel …
  • I could be more organized if …
  • I want to get organized because …
  • If I could just get organized, I could …

It’s okay if some of these sentences don’t make much sense to you, try to identify at least one point that has affected your life. From there, it is easier to define what can be done to change this situation.

The Monday has started hard? Don’t miss another day, take the reins and get ready for the next is amazing!