QuickTip Don’t forget to rearrange your work space sometime during the day. It helps you stay focused to work in a clean area. 2 2013 Life coaching https://www.lifecoachhub.com/img/ Organizational coaching life coaching Lifecoachhub Pty Ltd LifeCoachHub

Take a Moment Each Day to Make Tidy Your Home or Office

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Clean up your space once a day.  It really makes a difference.  

Just taking 60 minutes before the end of the day to pick up papers, file away books or folders, or run a quick sweep or mop around the house, can keep organizational disaster at bay.  Addressing a couple dust bunnies here and there will keep your house or workplace functionally spic and span, and you will no longer need to dread dedicating a day to fixing a mess.

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  • Patricia Costco
    April 15, 2013

    Wow, I thought cleaning once a week was bad enough! But I suppose I see your point about doing a little cleaning everyday--it's more psychological than anything else. The way I see it, I prefer doing a massive cleaning once a week as opposed to spending a little bit of time everyday doing 'not so thorough' cleaning.

  • Caramel
    May 23, 2013

    I'm not a neat freak (far from it actually) but I find that maintaining a neat and tidy work space helps build a positive and encouraging work environment. Although I don't tidy up everyday, I do so twice a week. It really improves my mood and keeps me motivated to work! Seriously!

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