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Does Home Organization and Time Management Really Matter?

Created on Jun 07, 2013

We all have busy lives. Why should we take the time to have a “clutter-free” life? When your life is unorganized, it causes stress levels to sky rocket and time management becomes nonexistent (we probably don't really need to point out the obvious ;) But remember, keeping your time organized is just as important as keeping the pantry, closet, and office tidy too.

Here are three quick tips to keep your time in check:

  1. Learn how to say no. Don't feel obligated to say yes to every invite. We love this article from zenhabits.com: http://zenhabits.net/say-no/It covers everything from why we feel guilty for declining an invite to how to politely decline. 
  2. Keep your schedule organized. There's an app for that! Today, more than half of us have smartphones. There are dozens of apps to help us stay organized. Check out these five time saving apps that made Forbes's "best" list. 
  3. Divide and tackle. Create a weekly maintenance list for each room in the home to help you stay on top of cleaning and organization. For instance, on Monday, spend an half hour cleaning and organizing the kitchen, on Tuesday, the bathrooms, and Wednesday the bedroom...and so forth. 
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