Being disorganized is a problem for me because it leaves little time for anything else. I find myself running late, forgetting appointments, losing my belongings and putting most things off till last minute which makes me feel rushed and things get done half fast. I accomplish little and it causes me to become stressed and overwhelmed. I would like to find a solution to this for these obvious reasons.
An important part of resolving this would be to make a strategy for success. My first solution would be to begin a routine, map out day to day plan where I would commit to a set time limit for each activity, meals, appointments, homework, cleaning and so forth. There are many day planners and organization charts, for this I would go to an Office Max or Franklin Covey website for selection and convenience. They are both stores that are local and can be found by using a phone book or GPS navigation tool available to some phones and vehicles.
Another effective solution would be to find inner strength and motivation, through exercise, physical activities that would bring clarity and elevate your mood, yoga or any type of dance classes. Community newsletters will provide information necessary to obtain the schedules and enrolment qualifications and fees. Going to your city’s website by using Google (or any internet search engine) will help to locate further knowledge, if the internet is not available to you then a library is a great community resource.
In some cases where you find that being disorganized has become a chronic problem for you despite your self-help attempts, seeking professional help to understand where the root of the problem exists. The National Study Group on Chronic...