How to stay organised?

 Today I found 14 ways for you on the internet to help me organise my blog better. 

Write it all down

Let lists and diaries become your best friends. Write down all your appointments, phone numbers and reminders, because relying on memory can be exhausting.

No distractions

If something distracts you while you're working, don't mindlessly interrupt it. Take a piece of paper and write down what you need to do or wanted to do - this will make it easier to get back to work if you have to stop.

A new day starts the night before

Before going to bed, professional cleaners and organisers tidy the kitchen and living room, load the washing machine and dishwasher, because they don't want to wake up to chaos in the morning.

Everything should have its place

Give every item in your home a place. Don't buy new things unless you have already given them a place.

Time management

Determine how much time you will spend on certain tasks. This way your day will be more structured and tasks will get done faster.

Don't multitask

If you want to be well organised, then don't multitask. Focus on one, complete it successfully and move on to the next.

When you have time

If you have an hour or half an hour, choose the corner of your flat where the most stuff is piled up. Dedicate yourself to organising that corner, but don't stay there for more than 30 minutes to an hour.

Small jobs

Small tasks mean a lot: put dirty dishes in the dishwasher before you leave for work. Or load the washing machine with dirty laundry.

Or put the dirty laundry in the sink.

Don't buy new stuff. For a present, you might want an experience: a trip, a dinner in a restaurant, a visit to the cinema, a hike in the mountains.

Empty your suitcases as soon as you get home

Clear out suitcases, bags and other equipment as soon as you get home from your holiday. If you take time to rest, your bags will be sitting in the hallway for at least a few days.


Create a routine: set a day for shopping, a day for washing the bed linen, a day for going through old mail. This way you can get enough time for physical activity and have a day to lie in bed.


Make a list of what you need to do, what you need to tidy up and what you need to buy from the shop. Having lists to cross things off will give you a sense of accomplishment.


Label everything. This way, not only will you know where something goes or what's in a box, but other family members will know too.

Get rid of clutter

If you want to be well organised, then you need to get rid of clutter. Do it often and with as little pity as possible. Keep only the things you need, like or use regularly, and get rid of the rest.

That will be all for this post I enjoyed writing and you enjoyed reading so we both win. Jes! See you again in the next post in 4 days. Have a great day and keep it up.