An Ideal Daily Routine of An Organized And Professional Person
by Priyanshi Singh
“Days are expensive. When you spend a day you have one less day to spend. So make sure you spend each one wisely.”
Big or small, healthy or unhealthy, our habits combine to form routines that play out every day for us. Most of this is done without us even having to think. That’s why, even though we understand the importance of having good habits, sometimes it’s tough to stick to a healthy daily routine.
Finding and adopting the right daily routine will re-energize you and help you regain wasted time. Your mind and body will thank you for the decreased anxiety and extra care you’ve given them. Here’s to a healthier, calmer, and higher-achieving you.
· MAKE YOUR BED: - Prepare for the day by making your bed. It’s a quick chore that will put you in a productive, organized frame of mind.
· HAVE YOUR EQUIPMENTS AND CLOTHES LAID OUT THE NIGHT BEFORE: - If you like to work out, the morning is the best time to do it! It will leave you feeling full of energy and will give you a sense of accomplishment before you leave the house. Whether you like to go for a walk, take a gym class, or do yoga in your bedroom, make sure that you have all the equipment and clothing you need, laid out and ready the night before.
· WIPE DOWN LARGE SURFACES: - After your morning shower, spray down and wipe the largest surfaces in your bathroom. It’s much easier and more fun to do mini-cleans throughout the week than to wait until the weekend.
· PUT EVERYTHING BACK WHERE YOU FOUND IT: - When you’ve made your breakfast, put everything back exactly where you found it, as this makes everything easier the morning after. If you notice that you are running low on a grocery item, add it to a list you can take with you next time you pass the grocery store.
· RUN THROUGH A LIST OF ESSENTIALS ITEMS: - Before you leave the house, run through a list of your essential items, such as your wallet, employee badge, water bottle, and so on. Keep a list of these items near your front door so you can quickly check your purse or bag before heading out the door as part of your daily routine.
· PRIORITIZE YOUR TASK: - Make a list of tasks and decide whether they are important, urgent, both, or neither. Start with urgent and important tasks, move on to the important and non-urgent tasks, then tackle the unimportant but urgent jobs. Use this Full Life Planner to help you better organize your day. Writing a task list can always give you a sense of control.
· PRIORITIZE YOUR EMAILS: - Before you start your day, spend 10 minutes prioritizing your e-mails. Get into the habit of deciding which ones need your urgent attention, which are important, which are both, and which are neither. Check your e-mails every couple of hours rather than every few minutes because frequent interruptions will impair your concentration and productivity.
· KEEP YOUR FINANCES ON TRACK: - Take a couple of minutes to keep your finances on track each day as part of your daily routine. Check your bank balance and ensure you’re sticking to your budget.
· PLAN FOR DINNER: - Do you need to pick anything up from the grocery store on the way home? Do you need to look up a recipe? This only takes a few minutes, but a bit of planning can save a lot of time later.
· CLEAN YOUR DESK AT THE END OF THE DAY: - Take five minutes to clear your work desk before leaving for your break. It will help you feel more organized when you return.
· REVIEW YOUR TO DO LIST: - If you aren’t making as much progress as you hoped, it’s time to rewrite it.
· DO THE DISHES IMMEDIATELY AFTER DINNER: - Otherwise, you might be tempted to sit in front of the TV and get distracted.
· DO A “BRAIN-DUMP”: - Doing a “brain dump” is helpful if you tend to lie awake worrying about what you need to do the next day. Once you have written them down, you can go to sleep knowing that you can refer to the list when you wake up
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