Helping children get and stay organized is directly correlated to their success in school, home and life. This is especially true for autistic children. Learning organizational skills helps kids develop their focus, concentration and motor skills. Getting and keeping children on the autism spectrum organized can be more challenging because they are easily distracted, require strong visual and audio cues and often times have limited motor skills.
Most people would agree that being organized gives you a sense of calm and more time to spend doing the things you love with the people you love. But did you know that being organized positively impacts the planet? As a result of being disorganized in certain areas, we consume more than necessary. For example:
When we simplify our lives we are free to spend more of our time doing the things we love and being with the people we love and less time dealing with day-to-day details. Below are three easy ways to simplify your email, postal mail and meals.
Getting organized is a task that many people simply are not programmed for. This is an endeavor that can involve all of your acquaintances, and all areas of our lives. Finances and time are a couple of variables that we will look at in this examinations. Hopefully this discussion will lead to a thorough and accurate understanding of the manner in which to become more organized.
Here’s some great news – it is a whole lot easier staying organized than it is getting organized. If you want to keep your things in good order forever, follow these easy tips.
1. Pull Out What You Don’t Want Or Need – This doesn’t have to be a glum process-think of it as going shopping in your closet! Try on the clothes you haven’t worn in a while. Would you buy them again? If so, they’re keepers. (They should fit, be in style, and not need major repairs.) As for the rest, donate or consign it. If your weight tends to fluctuate, get the clothes that don’t currently fit out of your closet and into storage elsewhere-maybe in plastic tubs in your basement. Remember: Your closet should be prime real estate, solely devoted to clothes you currently wear.