The habits of a well-organized person in his home.
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Today, we intend to discuss an issue that has the power to take your home a few levels ahead.
In this article, we will reflect a bit on some habits of the well-organized person in his own home.
By doing so, we will get to offer the best tips (tailored for you) concerning how to make your home more tidy and well-organized.
So what are the actions, then, that can help you in your efforts to make your home tidier?
As always, later in the article, there will be a refreshing infographic presentation and a video summarizing its content for you.
'The habits of a well-organized person in his home.'
1. Order And Cleanliness.
We will start with the most intuitive aspect - Order and cleanliness.
The first thing that pops into most people's minds when the issue of a well-organized home comes up is order and cleanliness.
The organized person ensures his house is always tidy and clean, just like a pharmacy.
Everything is placed in its designated space and stored by categories and subcategories.
Now, let's dive in a little.
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Store them well!
Next in line is Mr. Cleanliness.
Here, too, it goes without saying that cleanliness is an essential component in any package deal called a 'Tidy house.' After all, it is impossible to imagine a stinking house (even if all its accessories are well stored and organized) and still call it tidy.
Nice and clean
The well-organized person in his home will not give you even one chance to catch him unprepared. His house will always look clean at the highest level possible.
2. Keep Your Eyes Open.
One of the most valuable tools of a well-organized person within his home is his ability to pay close attention to his house in aspects requiring regular maintenance and repairs.
Maintaining a "Well-tidy" home is not just a matter of proper cleaning and storage. There is no way you can avoid the natural wear of things, no matter what you do about it. You must know in advance which device/furniture, etc., will be out of use soon.
Our two cents on the matter are that from time to time, make a list of the "old" things in your home and conduct a situation assessment of what will be out of use soon and what is still functioning well.
As mentioned above, a well-organized person knows how to ensure everything ticks perfectly, like a Swiss watch. He does not suddenly encounter a situation where, without prior notice, he is "stuck" with a product that is not functioning.
Be aware of the state of your home
You will be amazed to hear how much these periodic inspections can help you maintain the quality of your home at a high level.
Your number one enemy in this regard is the procrastination instinct.
Most of us are not surprised when our air conditioner breaks down "suddenly."
We're pretty sure that he "hinted" to you quite clearly before his sudden death.
The difference between responding and initiating people is in the absence of the infamous procrastination instinct.
It's all about the choices you make - make the right choice and respond well in advance.
As an aid to your efforts to assess the condition of those accessories, we encourage you to read this.
3. Good Habits.
Aristotle once said:
'We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.'
As with any well-oiled machine, good habits are the key to success.
Make sure you create good habits for your home that will help you in your efforts to create a more organized home environment.
Care for some examples?
1. Special rules regarding certain behaviors. For example, dirty dishes should never be left in the sink during the night. Dishwashing will be done at the end of each day (if not during it).
2. The only reason not to follow your specific times for cleaning (And yes, do not pretend to be surprised. You should have cleaning times) is if the world has undergone a nuclear bomb or aliens have come to enslave us all.
3. This one is especially for families with small children:
Make them understand that your kitchen is not a restaurant that works according to personal orders. Set strict times for meals, and if they choose not to eat at these times, this is their problem, and you do not intend to prepare meals at their request. It is also super relevant regarding their sleep and wake time.
4. Specific and personal tasks for each family member:
You must limit the accumulation of dirty laundry before washing and drying it. For example, assign for certain family members that dirty laundry can accumulate, at most, in just one washtub.
5. Know how to prioritize things
Look, there will always be a lot of chores in your home that need to get done. The difference between the smart and well-organized person in his home and others is that he prioritizes things wisely. You must focus only on the tasks that require your immediate attention. The rationale behind this is the understanding that there is a natural limitation in performing all of your tasks. And if you are not focused enough, you will get lost, and eventually, nothing will get done correctly.
6. "Payment time."
A specific time for house bills.
Electricity, water, communications, food, taxes, and more. (unfortunately) Much more.
Here, too, the well-organized person in his home does not get to the point where he is surprised by certain charges. He sets up a particular time to check his bills and act accordingly.
Good rules and habits are key
You really should take care of healthy home habits. There are plenty of other examples; if you devote further thought, you will find many more. But the guiding principle is clear - stable and "good" habits are critically significant in tidying up your home. Thank us later.
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4. Dialogue And Cooperation.
An ancient Chinese scholar once said, "If you do not talk about it, it will not work."
Okay, okay. You're right. No Chinese scholar has ever said such a thing; truth be told, we have made that up right now. But the guideline principle is entirely valid - If you do not communicate with the rest of your family/partners who live with you under the same roof and make them understand the importance of the above matter - you will NEVER succeed.
Communicate with each other
You can arrange things at home all day long if you like to, but if your spouse does not mind occasionally throwing in towels here and there and leaving dirty dishes in the sink - You (both) have a problem.
By the way, do not get us wrong. We do not recommend you "educate" other people. It's not our intention (And it will never work). Just try to ensure the same "organized" mindset is, as far as possible, also found in your other family members' awareness.
Without the same mindset, you will have difficulty making "healthy" habits for your home.
Read more here about this crucial issue - good inter-family communication.
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