Ways in which self-organization makes you healthier

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Like it or not, most of us are simply not organizing our things and our time properly. If you are one of those people that just need a small “push”, then these reasons why self-organization makes you healthier will be a perfect fit. There are many ways to approach organization, from renting a Renton self storage unit, for example, or simply setting some guidelines for your day-to-day matters. No matter what it takes, if you want to reap the health benefits of self-organization, you will want to start with it immediately. Try not to procrastinate and “just do it!”.

Why self-organization makes you healthier?

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Self-organization is not all about efficiency.

Aside from having everything neatly organized and leading a more “efficient” lifestyle, you will reap many benefits by adopting self-organization measures. Most notably, you will have:

  • Quality sleep
  • More “me” time
  • Stress relief
  • Increased productivity

All of these things may not be that influential on their own but together they form considerable health benefits. That is why, if you have a cluttered home in Seattle, it may be time to consider one of the storage units North Seattle has to offer. By creating a cleaner environment, everything else is going to be much easier. That aside, let’s take a look at how exactly self-organization may benefit your health.

When self-organized, you will sleep better

One of the most important ways in which self-organization makes you healthier is that you will simply sleep better. A cluttered bedroom will either make you miss some sleep due to staying late or unconsciously worrying about it. And this is the case with just about anything you haven’t organized yet. Chances are, you will be lying in bed thinking about all the things that you need to do.

If you take some time to apply self-organization principles, however, you will be able to sleep like a baby! You will know exactly what is to come and how you are going to deal with it. That organization will also make it so you do things more efficiently. And by doing things more efficiently:

You will have more time for yourself

The best part about staying organized is that you have more time for other matters. When you deal with things in an efficient manner (which is a byproduct of organization), you create situations where you can take some time for yourself. How does this relate to your health, you wonder? Simple, by spending more time on things you really enjoy and less time worrying about the things you don’t, you will have more fun. And fun promotes a healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, if you are one of those people that always takes care of everyone else first, being organized will allow you to make more time for your own needs.

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By organizing your affairs, you will have more “me” time.

Since time is always the most limiting factor, you want to “make more” of it. And the only way to do that while finishing all your responsibilities is to stay organized. This also applies to your work. Simply renting a business storage Seattle unit can allow you to refocus your time on more important matters. And that will lead to fewer stressful situations.

Self-organization makes you healthier by providing stress relief

Let’s face it, disorganization always leads to stressful events. In fact, it might be the most stressful influence on your life as a whole. Once you organize your time and efforts, you may feel like a huge weight has just been lifted off your shoulders. Since stress is one of the greatest dangers to your health, removing any of it has huge positive health benefits. So, go through the list of things that you need to do, (gathering packing materials for your relocation, for example) and simply start organizing. Also, one of the most productive things you can do is simply “track” your day.

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Self-organization will lead to fewer stressful situations.

To do this, try to go through your checklist and honestly assess the amount of time it takes for each task. While you may allow some time for interruptions, try to keep it at a minimum. While interruptions may be positive in the short run, the fact of the matter is that they are not really necessary. This is, perhaps, the most difficult thing to do when self-organizing anything. For example, let’s say that a task requires around three hours to complete if you focus on it. That same task will need 5 or 7 hours if you allow for constant interruptions. And that will, inevitably, lead to further stress down the proverbial road.

Increased productivity will have a positive impact on your health

The last major benefit of self-organization is increased productivity. When you are disorganized, you may feel a lack of motivation and energy to go about your daily tasks. On the other hand, when you have things under control and always know what you need to do at any given time, productivity soars. How does this help you, exactly? While the benefits of increased productivity are great for your employer, you get some health benefits as well.

The first and foremost is the feeling that you are simply doing “what is right”. That you are in control of what is going on. It is a mental state that will allow you to focus on what really matters and not get bogged down. Therefore, put a bit of effort into decluttering that desk, sorting out your emails, or anything else that you may need to do in the city of Seattle. All of this can be applied to your own personal life, as well. Increased productivity does not need to be all about work, either. If you accomplish more in a shorter timeframe, you are going to feel better, simple as that.

There are many other ways in which self-organization makes you healthier, as well, but these were the most important ones. By knowing about them you may take a different approach when it comes to the items on your checklist.

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