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The Strategy of Scheduling

The Strategy of Scheduling

 Set aside time to create order:

  • Do any task that can be finished in less than one minute, without delay.
  • Make a list of all the tasks you’d like to accomplish, and once a week, for just one hour, steadily work on these chores.
  • Every time you transition from one stage t...

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Pair an activity you like to do or must do with creating outer order:

  • Listen to a podcast while you're creating outer order (doing laundry, returning files to their places)
  • When tackling a big job, play fun music, have good food, ask a friend to help you  (pairing the task...

Take advantage of new beginnings to foster outer order:

  • Clear before you move. Moving is a great opportunity to clear clutter.
  • If you're not moving, make a mock move: Ask yourself, "If I were moving, would I bother to wrap this or would I give/throw it awa...

Know exactly what you expect:

  • Have an exact place for items (keys, sunglasses, batteries, etc.)
  • Know who's responsible for what task. Avoid the  problem of shared work.

And it’s far easier to keep up than to catch up, and with the right habits, clutter never accumulates.

Make it as easy as possible to maintain order:

  • Use hooks instead of hangers. 
  • Have abundant waste baskets.
  • Clear out everything you don't need, don't use, or don't love, so there's more room for what remains. When it's hard to put things away, we create clutter....

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Rewards Are The End Goal Of Habits

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Benefits of Decluttering

  • More time and energy for the people and activities you love
  • A more spacious, peaceful, calmer and clutter-free home
  • Financial freedom by choosing to own and buy less
  • Less stress trying to manage and take care of everything you own
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