Getting organised is good for you. It can even be life-changing. But before this happens it requires a decision to change. I made the decision many years ago and my life is better for it.
My last post was titled “Under the kitchen sink”. This post was about being organised and I mentioned that there are benefits to living an organised life. At the same time, it is best not to be too rigid and over-organised whereby you find you cannot enjoy living! As with everything in life, it is best if we have balance.
What I like about being organised is the visual part but also I know where things live in my house. It is always better to have a home for everything in your home than the pile system. However, do not mention a word to anyone that untidy people are often the most creative. That’s why in a little corner of my home, such as my office, I allow untidy spaces! I think back to some of my lecturer’s at University whom had piles and piles of papers and books in their office. As you can tell I am not against a little mess here and there or hiding in a draw. But I have found that being organised is good for my mental health. It keeps me feeling positive about life and my surroundings. I like the space I live in and I am able to enjoy it without looking at too many unfinished tasks or a messy room.
On investigating the subject I discovered that there are definitely great benefits in having an organised life. Have a read of what I found, it could be life changing! Even better, read about the benefits of getting organised whilst enjoying photos of Queens Park Botanic Gardens, Toowoomba. It is September and it is Carnival of Flowers in Toowoomba – the Garden City. The parks and gardens are looking at their very best.
As you can see being organised is a real life changer – better organised, better person, better life!