There are different methods you can take to make yourself organized.
You can tackle your finances and your methods of planning social events. You can also better manage professional planning.
Taking charge of your life will allow you to reduce stress.
First things first, let’s start at the root. If you don’t have the money, you can’t accept new opportunities with the same ease as you would otherwise.
Take care of what God has provided for you. Doing so involves reevaluating what we need, what we want, and how we can help others.
Let’s make that budget!
Tell yourself that it’s fun. Speak it into existence! I have attached a link to the monthly budget I have made in excel.
Feel free to download it and make it yours! Please reach out in the comments if you need any help. Personalized Monthly Budget – goldenstateofmindDownload
The next step is using a planner or a calendar.
I use a planner and google calendar because it’s more efficient and it reduces stress.
For group projects and communication, I use google calendar because it is easy to invite people, pick a location, and stay up-to-date while you’re hard at work.
Declutter your mind and your surroundings so that you can start fresh.
Clean every room in your apartment and organize! This is your chance to reset.
Plan Ahead: Every few weeks I like to check to see what large exams, presentations, and obligations are coming up. I don’t like surprises, so I make sure that I’m aware of everything coming up to allow adequate time for preparation.
Sometimes we make stressful situations worse by not preparing.
In my own life, spring cleaning helps me to reevaluate my priorities. I always like to pick a new song or playlist that represents how I want to refresh my life. I linked my go-to song below.
Breathe and rest in the Lord.
You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you.Isaiah 26:3