If there’s one thing we know from working in a fast-paced environment, it’s that being organised is highly effective in reducing stress and improving our well-being. Sound like something you might benefit from? Then read on…
Being organised doesn’t mean you need a vast study with alphabetically ordered, full-to-the-brim files covering every inch of your existence. It simply means implicating a few things into your 2020 daily routine that’ll help you keep on top of your workload, whatever that may be.
To help you figure out what steps could improve your organisational skills, we called for a helping hand from Papier (they’re pretty good at this). Here’s what they had to say on the matter:
Feeling organised can mean different things to different people. For example, some people might find that writing a to-do list helps them stay in control of their day and improves productivity. Equally, others may find that carrying a notebook around to jot down thoughts/notes which can be referred back to or maintaining an organised inbox can help reduce stress levels
It’s about finding a system that works for you. For example, I used to always misplace my debits cards as I had them loose in my pockets. I then found a cardholder which allowed me to organise my cards and now I always make sure I have that with me. It might be just doing that one thing that can help you feel more organised.
The feeling of being organised helps remove a lot of stress from day to day life. If you feel like you have lots going on and things are a bit chaotic, keeping on top of the important details will positively impact your productivity.
Blue is a classic colour and represents calm and stability, something that goes hand-in-hand with keeping on top of things. This is important going into a new year and especially stepping into 2020! It looks great, too.