Establish boundaries to keep clutter at bay. These can be used in both your physical space and in your schedule as a signal that it’s time to stop or reconsider your items.
Each day, without even realizing it, you make choices. Hundreds of little decisions. Some of those choices can affect your organizing. What you choose to buy and when, where you choose to put things and when you choose to manage tasks can all affect your overall level of organization and productivity. By making smart choices …
We’re not talking about changing your whole personality, but making incremental changes to some of the daily habits that lead to clutter in your schedule, your home and your office.
Temporary or permanent conditions create clutter in your space or schedule.