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5 Traits Of An Organized Mom

Before you have children, you live in a way that suits you. You sleep when you want, you eat when you want, you go to work on time and you spend your free time in the exact way that you want to. When you have children, your life becomes a regimented routine and for some, the organization that comes with a routine is difficult to get into. The thing is, children have a way of forcing you into a routine, and you don’t get much of a choice in that as children need a routine to thrive.
If you’ve ever looked around at your friends and wondered how they could be super organized but you aren’t, don’t worry. People love to put on a face and pretend they have it all together, and yet there are still those who are naturally and unflappably organized. If you want to learn what makes a mom super organized, we’ve put together five key characteristics you could learn to adopt to be considered the same.
  1. Good habits are crucial for those who are organized. Set routines, habits and schedules that are stuck to by moms can give that air of calm at all times. These didn’t spring up automatically in their lives. Creating good habits takes some time and a will to want to do better in daily life. Having a timetable and routine is key for everything from getting ready to researching websites like  https://www.movebuddies.com/savannah-moving-services/ when it comes to big jobs like moving to a new house. The habits work so well because they are honed over time, so give yourself some time to get properly organized with your life.
  2. Giving up is never an option. For an organized individual, there is no option except a backup plan. Contingency planning is in the nature of someone who is organized, and preparation is key. Don’t just assume that you only need one pathway; you need several to stay on track and on plan!
  3. Deadlines can be created for pretty much anything, and if you want to be organized, you need to set your own. Do you have a hard time keeping track of holiday gifts or house moves? It’s time to break out the notebook and start making lists. Lists are your best friend when it comes to planning and being on the ball. Don’t be afraid to use them and stick to them!
  4. Baby steps are going to make such a difference to changing your out-of-sync life and making it more organized. Don’t expect to change things overnight when you are so used to doing everything in chaos – even if that chaos feels organized to you.
  5. Maintaining your new organized persona is important, and that means keeping up with your new habits in every area of life. Set alarms and keep the routine the same for the whole family, so that you can lead by example.
Organization is going to make a huge difference to the way you manage everything at home, at work and with the kids. Don’t let it slip!

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