Organised And Saving Money

How come it seems so much easier for some people to always have money in their pockets, and for others, it’s a constant struggle, living paycheck to paycheck?

The answer is quite simple: Organisation!

Organised people are in control!

So, if you want to raise your savings, here are some amazing tips:

1.Organised Mind

First of all, get your thoughts and ideas together. Prioritise, the important from the secondary. Focus on your purposes, in the short term, and find ways to make them work. Follow through, a project at a time, and see the results unfold.

2.Organise your home

Go through each division and check thoroughly what it’s missing, what it’s just taking space with no practical use. Re-organise every single room. What you don’t longer use, sell.

3.Storage

Take it all out. Make a list of what you have. Make an accurate list of all the things you need, both for cooking and cleaning. Don’t clutter, if you don’t use, don’t buy it!

4.Lists

Make this a habit. Start to make lists of all the items that you have on your pantry and your refrigerator, see what’s missing. Calculate what you spent weekly with each item. Make it accurate, in order not to over buy.

If you keep track of every you actually use, and the exact quantities that you need for each item, you will save a lot of money, by the end of the month, and you will be amazed of the amount of money that you were over spending!

Thank you for reading, and I’ll see you in my next post!

How to become an Organised Person

Among my friends and family, I’m known by “The List girl”! It’s funny, I’ve always been like this, I remember making lists for my mum to give to Santa haha! Being organised is really in my personality. I decided to share a few tips that will help you to become an organised person.

1.Start by Organising your Home

Having your home organised will help you to get in the spirit! Organise your bedroom and kitchen and the spaces you spend more time in.

2.Organise your Mind

Write in a journal, write down your emotions and thoughts. Sometimes we need to de-clutter our minds in order to have a more organised life! This is a great habit for your mental health too!

3.Start making Small Lists

Have two or three goals for the day and write them down. Make sure to tick them out as you achieve them.

4.Start Planning your Week

Write down at least one goal to achieve per day, it will motivate you, and it will get you in the habit of planning out everything.

5.Make this a Habit

Make all the steps above a habit.

It takes 21 days to make or break a habit. Give yourself time to get in the spirit and have fun doing it.

Thank you so much for reading it, and I’ll see you in my next post.