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How To Be More Organised And Productive

How To Be More Organised And Productive - By Felicia

As the website states, no one is ever born organised, but we can adopt good habits that will make you much more organised and productive. This article is all about those habits to help you stay focused (if you’re procrastinating by reading this article, get back to work, you muffinhead).

The first tip that I recommend is one that has really helped me. Starting a bullet journal has really helped my organisation, because I create a daily task list and block out chunks of time every day. For example, here’s one of the task lists that I created:

As you can see here, I have A LOT of tasks. And once I’ve finished them, I check them off. As well as this, I blocked out chunks of time for one day, but I don’t have an example in my bullet journal.

But if a bullet journal just isn’t for you, a simple to-do list and a set of time blocks would work well in a regular notebook. Here’s an example:

But sometimes, making a task list just isn’t enough. What if you procrastinate during those tasks? That’s the biggest problem that most people face, including me a few weeks ago, which brings me to my second tip. So this is a technique that I’m actually using in the moment, to write this article: the Pomodoro technique. According to, this technique involves chunks of time: 25 minutes of full focus, then a 5 minute break, then repeat 3-5 times, then take a 10 minute break, and repeat. This might seem like an ordinary technique, and it is, until you use this handy distraction-eliminating tip: every time you have a distracting thought, instead of procrastinating, write it down on a piece of paper. Then get back to work. Some people like to just forget about their distracting thought, but it doesn’t work that way. You can’t just get rid of it; you need to actually put it somewhere, then you can forget about it. And if you want to get rid of those thoughts completely, why not just rip the paper up the next breaktime?

My third tip, which is also related to the pomodoro technique, is to take breaks. Naturally, the pomodoro technique already has breaks, but they can sometimes be not long enough. After a certain period of time, when a good portion of your tasks are done, you should take a good 30-minute break. Some activities you could do include playing outside, doing a Fitness+ workout, making some soap, making slime, and more!

My fourth tip is to enable a certain shortcut on your iPhone. Here’s the link:


What it does is this:

  • Turns on Do Not Disturb

  • Plays some relaxing music

So that’s it! Thank you for reading. Check back later for more amazing news!

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