USE DRAWER DIVIDERS TO ORGANIZE YOUR CLOTHES, KITCHEN UTENSILS, TEA, ETC.
For our new home, we are custom making dividers to perfectly fit our knives, spoons, and even tea. But you can get these extendable dividers off Amazon (they’re actually perfect for clothes because of their depth). These would work great for your kitchen drawers.
BE MINDFUL OF WHERE YOU SET THINGS DOWN
It’s easy to leave your keys…anywhere…when you come home, but then think of the time you spend looking for them. And it’s not just keys. Do your best to put things back where they belong. Save yourself time and stress.
Utilize the calendar app on your phone, Google Calendar, or even a physical planner to book out your meetings, outings, calls, activities, and even self-care time.
If your individual day is still looking busy, try planning out each day hour to hour (add in breaks!) to free your headspace from being overwhelmed.
MENTAL NOTES NO MORE. USE THE NOTES APP
Avoid making mental notes and then forgetting them. We have our phones within reach at all time, keep a running notes page to jot down everything throughout the day. Later, take those notes and organize them.
UTILIZE THE BOOKMARKS AT THE TOP OF YOUR BROWSER
If you’re on your laptop, see those bookmarked tabs right underneath the website? What do they say? Mine were the following — indeed.com, apple, icloud, yahoo, bing (??!), Wikipedia and Facebook. Any of them relevant/I click on them ever? Not a single one have I ever clicked up there, but they’re wasting space.
Use them for bookmarking sites you often visit for work/school or any meeting docs you need for the week.