Your home should be the place where you go to relax after a hard day at work, but it can quickly become a place you dread to enter if clutter is allowed to take a hold.
The average person nowadays has an extremely busy schedule, making it easy for domestic chores to slip through the cracks. Between going to work, running errands and trying to find time to relax; the thought of getting your home organized becomes a thing of the past. It’s usually not until it gets out of control that you realize just how much it’s costing you.
You Save Time
The first price you have to pay is in time, especially when you consider how much of it you waste looking for the car keys or anything that you were sure you knew the exact location of. While those may be minor little things, items like birth certificates and important documents are not.
Being organized means being able to quickly and efficiently find all the things you need at a moment’s notice, and all without tearing the house apart and making an even bigger mess.
Disorganisation Costs Money
It may not occur to you now, but being disorganized can actually end up costing you money over the long haul.
While most of us now pay our bills online, there are still plenty of people that get their bills in paper form. If you haven’t set up an online payment system and you don’t have a filing system for all your incoming bills, it’s going to cost you in late payments. Having a filing system in place means knowing what bills are due when and never having to wake up one morning with the power shut off or the plug pulled on the cable TV.
Get Productive & Live Stress Free
The biggest benefit of having an organized home is being able to relax without any sort of stress running your day. Tripping over a toy that has been left lying around or trying to remember which bills you paid and which are outstanding delivers stress.
All of that stress goes away when your home is organized and becomes a calming places to live. You will discover new levels of productivity that you didn’t know existed, because being organized allows you to always stay one step ahead.
Before you know it, you’ll find that you have more free time than ever before, which means more time to do the things you love. It might take some time to get things organized fully if you have allowed them to spin out of control, but once you are done, your home will operate like a well-oiled machine.
A few weeks ago I did a review of a book I read that has over 2000+ tips, tricks and ideas on how to keep your home organised. If you’d like to take a look, you can see the review here.
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Hi, I’m Chris Lee. In September 2013 I decided to quit my job to focus on building up my business. Glad to say that till now all is going well and I think I made the right decision but it’s only because I have learned how to properly manage my personal finances.