Time Management

Better time management won’t solve your clutter problem,
nor will it make you more organized.

You don’t manage time,
you manage your behavior.

Paying attention to and changing your behaviors is how real change happens.

At its heart, decluttering and being more organized are visible proof of how you manage your behaviors. 

Putting things away when you finish using them, is managing your behavior.
Hanging up your clothes instead of dropping them in a chair, is managing your behavior.
Calling a friend to see how they are, is managing your behavior.
Habits and routines are ways to manage your behavior.

Choose to make your actions reflect your values.
Behave in ways that support the life you want to be living.