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Your life is a hot mess. It’s time to cool it down.

Organize your life as a freelancer! 

Organize your life as a freelancer!

Whoever said cleanliness is next to godliness, forgot to tell you that organization is the key to keeping your deity status. With a clutter-free mind and an organized life, you’ll be able to take this year head on.

  1. Grocery list your life.

If it works for Santa, it can work for you too. Making lists and checking things off can give you a true sense of accomplishment. Check out the super colorful post-its at Poppin if you want to jazz up your workspace.

  1. We are creatures of habit.

The need for repetitive behavior is encoded in our DNA. Set up a morning, work, or exercise routine. Once you’ve stuck to it for 21 days, it will become ingrained into your life.

  1. Wait, where was I?

Having a gentle reminder of your daily goals is a great way to stay on track. We love desktop apps like Momentum, which takes over your browser’s homepage with an inspirational image and lets you add a specific focus for the day.

  1. Where are my keys?!

Keeping your workspace and home de-cluttered makes you more relaxed, both mentally and physically. Give all your belongings a home: that is, put them back in the same place every time so you always know where to find specific items.

  1. Bye Felicia.

Cleaning out your closet is a great way to start off a new year. Throw away or donate things you don’t need to charity. Note: Don’t donate dirty or torn clothes because time and money have to be spent on cleaning and repairing them!

  1. Break it down.

Break down a large or overwhelming task into smaller, more manageable steps. Create a step-by-step plan that lets you focus on one task at a time, letting you move through bigger projects more effectively and with less stress.

  1. Wanna feel good?

When you see yourself achieving your goals, your feelings of confidence in your abilities and your self-esteem increase. We love the Strides goal tracking app for recording your achievements.

 

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