“For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” Benjamin Franklin.

Getting and staying organized isn’t about perfection. It’s about efficiency, reducing stress and clutter, saving time and money and improving your overall quality of life.

It’s a kind of practice; the practice of being in control and being in discipline. getting organized isn’t about getting rid of everything you own or trying to become a different person. It’s about living the way you want to live but in a better perspective and making life simpler.

Organized people are not born organized. They learn to cultivate healthy habits which help them to stay organized. If you’re just intent on getting organized with no goals in mind, then you will never feel like you’ve achieved anything. Instead, if you plan first what exactly you want and then aim for that, it’ll make you more satisfied whatever little progress you could achieve.

Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do. Prioritize makes getting organized much quicker and less overwhelming. When you get organized you really feel calmer. Just think about coming back to an organized home after the day’s exertion, where you can instantly relax…rather than being faced with a lot of to do lists being done to declutter and making you busier than you need to be.

Planning takes time. Yes. but that time will help save you more time later on. Often the difference between being organized and dis-organized is the little habits we do each day without really thinking. It’s an ongoing process and it gets easier and easier the more we do it and finally we can reap the reward. The reward of increase in your productivity, the reward of just feeling good about yourself and about everything around you. For example, I can say that I start my day every morning decluttering my mind with affirmations and deep breathing. This way I stay focused and calm throughout the day.

10 SIMPLE WAYS TO GET ORGANISED FAST because organizing is incredibly therapeutic.

  • Establish a good morning and night-time ritual that’ll prepare your mind and body for the busy day ahead of you in the morning or make you calm and relaxed at night for a sound sleep.
    Write Everything Down.
  • Write every piece of information that comes to your mind and then organize it into lists, plans, and checklists.
  • Use a calendar. Keep your calendar where you can easily see and access it. A calendar is the best friend to an organized person, but only if they’re used properly.
  • Create actionable goals to prevent your day from being taken over by random intrusions. They help keep your focus on what’s important.
  • Prioritize the important and create a task-list. If a task is more important, put it higher on your task list. If it isn’t, then move it down.
  • Organize Your Closet and declutter Your Purse Regularly. Closets are one of the most unorganized things and a perfect source of morning frustration too. Learn the KonMari method to declutter your closet. A great way to keep your bag organized is by using a simple bag organizer. These are very inexpensive and beneficial.
  • Clean up your workspace frequently and spend about a minute every day organizing it as well. Make a habit of whenever you use something, take the time to put it back where you found it. Otherwise, you’re going to quickly build a messy and unorganized environment for yourself. Remember, an organized desk is the first step to productive work.
  • Donate Things You Don’t Need Anymore. It will help you to get organized. Also, the things you don’t need anymore might be really needed by someone else. Finally, you can feel happy helping a needy.
  • Delegate tasks fairly distributing work to those you’re involved with, be at home or at the workplace. Organized people are smart about what they do and don’t do.
  • Shop Mindfully and Evaluate Your Purchases. Before purchasing think again – is it really something you need? Will you use it and benefit from this thing? Or will it just take up extra space in your home or workplace?
    This way, with little practice, you all can move a step closer to the happy and healthy life you have always desired for…

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Chew Gums daily…..Hey I’m not kidding!!🙂,

You will be surprised to know the benefits of chewing GUMS daily.

All of us chew gums at some point of time. It’s a low cost wonder.

Do you know what happens when you chew gums??

Research has shown that chewing gum increases blood flow to your brain . Even your short term memory can be improved chewing a stick of gum!

If you struggle to stay alert at work, chewing gum could be the simple solution you are looking for! The mint flavored gums are especially effective to fight sleepiness.

Sugarless mint or ginger gums can sooth an upset stomach, be it morning sickness or motion sickness. Mint and ginger are natural remedies for nausea (an inclination to vomit). Chewing on a mint and ginger gum aid in stimulating the digestive system.

You can burn 11 calories per hour from chewing a stick of gum. Though little, still can be counted an easy option for calorie burn when short of time! Chewing gum for atleast 45 minutes (15 minutes/ hour), reduce appetite and craving for snacks and increase the feeling of fullness, which ultimately leads to prevent overeating. Hence chewing gum can be an excellent way to stop mindless nibbles of high calorie snacks.

Studies have shown that chewing gum daily for two weeks reduced anxiety, depression, fatigue and other mental illness. The rhythmic motion of gum chewing helps to lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol, making you feel calmer and relaxed.

Chewing gum increases blood flow (25 – 40%) to the brain, which in turn, increases oxygen to the brain. This activates the hippocampus part of the brain and enhances cognitive performance and boosts memory.

Increase focus and alertness by chewing gum. The chewing movement constantly stimulates nerves and areas of the brain associated with arousal and increasing blood flow. Mint flavored gums are especially useful here.

Sugar free gum improves oral health too and acts as natural cleaning agents. It reduces plaque and bad breath. Also increases saliva flow, which helps wash away harmful Sugar, food debris and decay-causing acids from the mouth. This prevents tooth decay. Choose gums with xylitol to strengthen the teeth. Chewing on gum puts 8 different muscles of the face and neck in action. It is beneficial in reducing double chin. Moreover, following up a meal with a stick of gum can lower the acid level in the esophagus (food pipe) which helps reduce chest burn and inflammation.

You must be amazed now knowing what tremendous impact this little refresher can bring into our lives!!!

But before you stock up piles of gums do remember that too much of a good thing is harmful too. Hence, do restrict chewing gum upto 4 per day and not more than 20 minutes continuously.

Happy Chewing 😊

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