To be organized is the best tool to fight with the monstrosity of laziness.
I will first shortly describe what I mean by laziness because some people could have a different perspective and it’s important to have the same view on it in order to understand what I’m meaning to say.
Lazy for me is when you don’t eat regularly or avoid cooking because of course, you’re too slothful to make yourself some yummy and healthy meal or when you choose to lay long in the bed because there’s “nothing important to do” (even though you could already have fixed couple of things). It can be also a more simple thing, like not finishing a book or painting in half of the year.
2. Organize laziness
You can put your laziness in a pocket and walk around with it, but don’t let it go out, but only if you follow some plan. So take a paper, write what you “have to” do, even if it’s something very usual thing like washing dishes or taking clothes off the dryer. You don’t need fancy planers, colorful papers, it can be the backside of the last bill you got or you can even write it on the phone. Just try to make yourself a habit of writing things down.
3. Fun & tidy
This is what I kinda made up myself, while I was enjoying myself on the computer for too long. I decided that every 20-30 minutes I will go off-screen to clean or fix something, like wash dishes, or paint my nails so that I can keep things tidy and have fun in between. That applies only to the work-free days of the course (and if you are like me and you don’t like to be lazy for too long so you want to do some small changes).
4. Small steps
Don’t push yourself too hard. Just because it’s new year and January, it doesn’t mean you have to rush with changing things. In fact, you don’t have to change anything – you can be lazy as you want. Your choice.
I know it’s not that type of post you would have expected, but I’m trying to do write about more various subjects and also trying to find some inspiration. Anyway, thank you so much for reading and see you on Sunday!