As our days become more and more busy, living a organized life is essential. Being organized helps individuals succeed at home and in their life, avoid stress and handle careers. Being organized is not being neat. Organizing is about function, not appearance. It’s not about a paper free desk, it’s about being able to find what your looking for easily. Being organized also reduces stress and frustration of buying the same thing more then once. Also bills that are organized are less likely to have late fees. The average person pays $35 a month for some sort of late fees. You will also be less likely to have food go bad and eat at home when organized. Anyway you add it up being organized can improve your life in multiple ways. When well organized you can spend more time with family, friends, activities, hobbies, exercise, vacations, and work. This will help with a better balanced between work and home. and happier healthier life.  Take small steps daily to get things in order without overwhelming yourself. Start with one room and think of function first then settle the room around what you want it do.

Posted by Charles Yarbrough

Charley has been working as a webmaster since 1998. Since then, he has had his hands in thousands of websites and has helped millions get online through a company he partially owns called Web Host Pro.

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  1. I always feel like I can keep track of my sloppy mess. Maybe I should re-think this, maybe a old dog can learn new tricks.

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