And it’s far easier to keep up than to catch up, and with the right habits, clutter never accumulates.
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Make it as easy as possible to maintain order:
Know exactly what you expect:
Set aside time to create order:
Take advantage of new beginnings to foster outer order:
Pair an activity you like to do or must do with creating outer order:
Many writers use the act of getting out of bed as a cue but yours could be anything. As time passes you will feel less resistance to writing as your brain automatically prepares for writing once the cue is detected.
It’s your ability to resolve conflicts between your short-term desires and your long-term goals.
For example, successful self-control means sacrificing immediate pleasure (cookies and cakes) and choosing the delayed reward (healthy weight).