Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you find some helpful hints for organizing your time and space. My passions are to help you make home a refuge instead of a crisis center, and to help you function in peace rather than chaos - at home or at work. I have switched my main blog to 1-2-3 ... Get Organized on WordPress, so please visit me there.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
Kati Steindorf cited my information on the importance of sleep in Three Steps to Time Management for the College Student as a source in her article "Increase Sleep, Reduce Stress" on the Wellness Blog. Click the title above to read the entire article.
Once I'm finished with a project, I'm eager to get on to another one. But if I don't plan in clean-up time after my first project, I have a tendency to just put it in a pile. Can you relate? By taking a few minutes after my project, I can eliminate those piles!
It’s hard to do, but if I force myself to clean up one project before starting another, then I'm not distracted by visual clutter, and I can focus on my new project. My surroundings are peaceful and conducive to creativity and productivity.
Related Posts: Clutter in Your House or Office Means Clutter in Your Mind, Schedule Daily Clean Up Times, Chopping Big Chores down into Bite-Sized Chunks, Decluttering Tips