Do organized people strike you as if they’re always doing well? I mean, we all have our good and bad days; but there’s something about organized people that just seems more together.
Like they are usually relaxed, well rested, in good shape and in positive moods.
Well, this doesn’t happen because they are just built that way. We tend to think that they are always in a great mood and their knack for organization is a result of that.
But science has proved that it’s the other way around. It is taking steps towards being organized that actually results in all those positive traits.
As with most things that seem to be naturally right, being organized has several direct benefits for your overall health.
Let’s take a look at each of them:
Read more: 7 Health Benefits Of Being Organized via Busy Life Products
One of the most valuable lessons I have learned through working with a professional organizer is the action step of planning. In the past, I often relegated planning to another item on my to do list. I was not aware of the extra-ordinary advantages that come from planning one’s schedule, whether related to work, family, or social life.
Read more: Can being more organized be good for your health? via Psychology Today
Every day at Unclutterer, we share tips, tricks, thoughts, and strategies for a clutter-free lifestyle. As 2014 begins, I want to step back and see the proverbial forest instead of the trees. Just what are the benefits of being organized? It’s potentially a long list, but I’ve narrowed it down to what has affected me the most. Read on for what I consider the benefits of an organized life, at home and at work.
Read more: Benefits of being organized via Unclutterer