Overwhelmed as a home business owner? You're not alone. Tap these seven simple tip to organize your daily life - personally and professionally.
As a home business owner, it is rather easy to become overwhelmed with your daily life and responsibilities. Here are 7 simple ways in which you can organize your daily life.
- You need to know where you are and where you want to go in each area of your daily life. There are 8 areas that mingle, intertwine and combine together to form your daily life. Knowing where you are, and where you want to be, in these areas will help you immensely.
These 8 areas include:
- Self - What do you believe? What do you value? What are your morals? How is your spirituality and your relationship with yourself?
- Support System - These are the people who give support to you, as well as those who receive support from you.
- Work - You already know that you're a parent but what other career or job do you have? What business do you own or run
- Money - What do you earn? What do you save? What do you spend?
- Hobbies and Fun - What you do to relax, refuel and recharge?
- Health and Beauty - How you take care of your body, both inside and out?
- Love - What is your most intimate relationship? Is it healthy?
- Home - What is your living environment? Who is in it? What is in it?
- Create a plan to get what you need and want out of life! This is also known as goal setting. Clarifying the specific actions that you need to take in order to reach these goals will help you stay organized with your priorities. Take a look at each of the 8 areas of your life and create a list of the specific actions that you must take to obtain your goals in each area. Then take a look at this list and decide which area needs most work. By simply working on improving this area, the other 7 areas of your life will also be positively effected.
- Remove what isn't working for you! Some things that will keep you living in chaos and unhappiness include: clutter, disorganization, broken items, and time wasting tasks. These items will only stress you out and wear you down so after you make a list of them, it is time to begin removing them from your daily life.
- Create a positive, uplifting support system that you can surround yourself with! Negative people will only hold you back. Positive people will help you feel less stressed, more organized and happier! Start by recognizing the supportive people in your life, how they support you, and how you can acknowledge them for this support. This will ensure that you continue to receive their valuable support and encouragement. Then take a moment to recognize those negative people who are around you and begin slowly weeding them out of your life.
- Manage your daily stress! Believe it or not, daily stress has a huge effect upon your body, mind and spirit. Being proactive in handling your daily stressors will help you to stay organized and live an enjoyable daily life.
- I'm sure that you've heard this said before, but it really is important to: Manage your time wisely! Don't waste time on tasks that are done only to please other people. This will leave you feeling resentful and angry. Do not waste time on activities that are not in line with your priorities either. Instead, stay focused upon completing those tasks that are necessary in order for you to achieve your goals. Begin each day by deciding precisely what it is that you want to accomplish that day. From there you can designate what tasks need completed, delegated, or even deleted.
- Keep track of your progress! This will help you to understand what is going well for you and why, as well as what isn't working out for you and why. Taking notice of these things will help you to either continue doing them or make some changes.
If you'd like to begin noticing things becoming and staying organized, then I highly recommend that you start incorporating these 7 simple ways to organize your daily life, into your life today. Living an organized daily life is the key to successfully enjoying your daily life!
Brenda Hoffman has been delivering holistic health and wellness advice for over 7 years since receiving a BA in psychology. As a home-based professional and mother of 1, she operates a holistic wellness network. She invites you over to http://www.yourhealthyfamilyhome.com/ to learn how to improve you and your family's health.