Do you have your life together? Now- let’s be real, your answer is most likely no.
And, guess what, that’s perfectly okay. Sometimes, life gets the best of us all. Luckily, there are a few quick tasks you can complete in order to achieve peace of mind. Check out this timeline that’ll show you how to get your life together in just 2 hours!
Your alarm clock rings at 8 a.m. What’s the first thing you do? Eat breakfast! Wrong. Before you even think about doing anything else, you should make your bed. Making your bed every morning eases your mind during the day, makes your room appear tidy, and finally, allows for a good night’s rest.
Now, it’s time to journal! Journaling is perfect for keeping track of your thoughts and daily tasks. To start, open up your journal and divide a page into two different sections. Label one section ‘thoughts’ and the other ‘to-do’ with the appropriate date. Use the ‘thoughts’ section to write down anything burdening your mind.
For example, you can vent about a fight with your boyfriend or how Jessica is annoying you at work.
Next, use the ‘to-do’ section to list everything you need to do that day. Go even further by scheduling a time to perform every item on your list.
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Now it’s time to sort through your email. Begin by deleting and unsubscribing from all junk mail. Then, star emails that require your immediate attention. Finally, reply to everyone in an orderly fashion, do not put it off until later!
Sifting through your email can be stressful, so now is the perfect time to work out. Working out relieves stress and releases endorphins that’ll make you feel oh-so-good. Find an open space and exercise for 30 minutes.
Pro tip: apps like Sworkit help to create a custom workout routine you can do anywhere.
You can try and pretend like they’re not there. You may think if you ignore them they’ll go away, but believe us when we say, they aren’t going anywhere. It’s time to do the dishes. So, plug your nose, slip on some gloves, and get to work.
You’re probably feeling pretty good about yourself right now, huh? So far, you’ve made your bed, planned out your day, responded to emails, worked out, and even did the dishes!
Now, for the last ten minutes of your 2-hour transformation, you should plan for the rest of your week. Planning for your week could mean scheduling upcoming appointments in your calendar, making a grocery list, or even outlining due-dates for work assignments.
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So, how do you feel? Put together? Empowered? Like you have your sh*t together? Good! This 2-hour timeline that teaches you how to get your life together is great when you need a quick pick-me-up. And, if implemented every day, this timeline could better your life.
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