What kinds of habits can help people move from a desk full of paperwork to a tidy, well-organised office? Check out these top tips to see what super-organised habits you could introduce into your daily routine.
Speaking of perfection, professional organiser Annette Reyman argues that one of the major habits of organised people is that they
try to “let go of perfectionism” - so they don’t spend unnecessary time on the final details while sacrificing the rest of their to-do list.
Even the best organisational system can be undermined by including a folder for “miscellaneous” items. Rather than categorising all those fiddly documents and files, “miscellaneous” simply lumps them together in a “don’t know” box and
delays the need to actually organise them. By banning the word “miscellaneous” from your filing system, you can
reduce the chance of forgetting where important info is and therefore save time from having to regularly wade through your “misc” folder looking for it.
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