"a few minutes a day keeps the chaos away".
But it does matter. A few minutes every day do make a difference in the long run - think compound interest for instance!
James Clear, New York Times best selling author of "Atomic Habits" says:
The costs of your good habits are in the present. The cost of your bad habits are in the future.
What that means is that the busiest time of the year is ahead of us.
When life gets busy and chaotic it is even more important that we have good habits in place that support us. One good habit (IMHO) is what I teach my clients:
We might not always be motivated to spend and we might tell ourselves, "oh it doesn't matter, those few minutes don't make a difference anyway" and all sorts of other excuses to justify our inaction.
James also says
Most people need consistency more than they need intensity.. Intensity makes a good story. Consistency makes progress.
The cost of not doing "a few minutes a day..." is definitely in the future. When you'll have to spend a precious weekend cleaning up your house instead of enjoying yourself. This will sound dramatic and make for a good story that you can wine about to your family and friends.
You'll find many more helpful tips about decluttering and organizing your home, office, and papers in my eBook. Click on the image to the right --->
We have included lots of bonuses and checklists to help you move from Chaos to Peace
Think about it, your life will be so much easier if you consistently (a few minutes a day...) do clear your stuff and organize it. When you create this good habit and practice it until it's second nature you will cruise through the busiest time of the year with ease.
So start today with "a few minutes a day keeps the chaos away" and your future self will be grateful to you.
Let me know in the comments below what you are going to do for a few minutes a day from today forward.
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