Is getting organised is the biggest obstacle standing in the way of your fat-loss? Here's 3 simple habits you can start today to feel healthier, happier and transform the way you live!
Fortunately, there are a few strategies that can work wonders for helping us organise ourselves and live more peacefully. They have certainly helped me, my personal training clients and Boot camp attendees live happier more peaceful lives, no matter how hectic the world (or other people around us) can be. Here are my top three, that you can start applying today!
1. De-clutter your space
A clearer space does equal a clearer mind. As our environment ‘talks to us’, it’s impossible to get anything done when our space is cluttered! Wherever you spend the most time at (your desk/kitchen) give it a good declutter.
Tidying away anything that’s non-essential, leaving only what’s needed and creating physical space is an extremely effective tool in increasing productivity. Try it today and you’ll be amazed at the difference.
2. Get the tough stuff done first
We have a tendency to get ‘the easiest stuff’ done and off our to-do lists first; therefore putting off the tougher tasks that require more effort. As a result, these tasks tend to hang over us calling out to be wrapped up!
It might sound painfully simple, but prioritising the tougher stuff actually sets us up to achieve even more throughout the day. Without these tasks looming over our heads, the amount of energy created as a result will be phenomenal.
Think about what’s been calling out to you and set yourself the goal of wrapping it up this week. Get ready to reap tremendous rewards!
3. Plan your days (and recognise when you’re off task)
Your weekly to-do list can be broken down into daily plans, including your meals (and food prep time) and workouts. Our Southampton Bootcampers plan the nights they'll be attending Boot camp usually the weekends before, so their weeks have far more structure. When you do commit to doing one thing at a time, you’ll find you do it far better than if you were multitasking.
Getting into the habit of planning your day will mean you’ll then start to become more aware when you’ve got caught up in other activities that are not part of your plan (such as scrolling through Facebook!) As a result, you’ll then realise how much more time you actually do have!
Let me know how you get on and stay tuned for three more strategies that I’m exited to share with you next time, to help you achieve even more each day! Stay tuned and good luck 🙂 Gen x