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Where is my mind? Where is my mind? Wheeere is my mind? Can’t you just hear the Pixies now?
As part of the curriculum for a health coach training program that I’m involved with, I’m working through the Organize Your Mind eCourse, which is based on the book Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life: Train Your Brain to Get More Done in Less Time.
Staying organized is such an important component of self-care. In fact, looking back on the periods of my life when I felt the most frazzled and overwhelmed, I’ve noticed that it has been directly correlated to the times I’ve also felt the most disorganized.
And that makes sense.
When we’re surrounded by clutter, when our schedules are chaotic, when we can’t figure out if we’re coming or going, or when our goals and priorities aren’t clear, we’re less effective–both personally and professionally.
When we’re able to make sense of the madness, the other pieces of our lives seem to fall together much more easily.
My trusty bullet journal has once again proven to be an effective learning ally, helping me stay organized for my class on organization.
How do you stay organized?