How to organize your daily routine

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Published: December 18, 2019

Today’s world is sometimes too fast to follow. In a relatively short 24 hours, you have to achieve so much. For this reason, you should know how to organize your daily routine. A healthy lifestyle is not only about exercising, but it is also about the proper management of your time. Whether you are active from the moment you wake up or you cannot function before your morning coffee, you still need to organize your daily routine to complete your goals for the day.  

Start with your morning ritual 

Mornings are the most important time of the day. Usually, your entire day will depend on how well your morning is. For this reason, you should make sure to start your day fully energized. Your morning ritual should be simple, nothing complicated or fancy. You can start with a nice refreshing shower while singing along to your favorite songs as this increases productivity. In addition to this, you can go for a morning run. During your morning jog, your body releases dopamine which is good for motivation and concertation. If these two options do not appeal to you, then find an activity that puts you in a good mood. 

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Have a proper breakfast each morning.

How to organize your daily routine – make a list 

Every organization should have a list. For this reason, write down everything you need to do during a day. It does not have to be super organized. This list should help you to brainstorm. Take a notebook, sit down and think about all the things you should do and want to. In addition to this, it would be wise to bring this notebook with you. You might remember something during the day, or something unexpected can come up, so write it down. Apart from this, you can make a checklist if you are one of those people who like to mark tasks off when they are finished.  

Structure your day 

Here is one example of how to organize your daily routine and structure your day. 

  • Mornings – do all the early tasks that you can, such as feeding your pet, doing the dishes, showering, morning workout routine, morning walk with your pet, make plans for lunch and dinner, and so on. 
  • Midday – this is the worst time of the day as your energy is slowly decreasing but you still cannot go home. For this reason, use this time to answer emails, set appointments, run some errands, and so on. If it is your day off and you are spending time at your home, you can clean, do the dishes, prepare lunch, and similar cleaning activities. 
  • Eveningsuse evenings to relax, read a book, go for a walk, meet friends, and plan your next day. You can pick your outfit for tomorrow, prepare documents and papers for your job, and so on. 

How to organize your daily routine – be specific 

If you need a specific plan, then make one. Some people function better when they have a detailed schedule to follow. If you are one of them, then write down every single thing that you want to do. For example: 

  • 6 am – wake up, take a shower, brush teeth, get dressed, makeup and hair done 
  • 6:45 am – breakfast, as you will feel better if you eat something in the morning beside only drinking coffee 
  • 7 am – go to work and drop the kids to school 
  • 7:30 – arrive at the workplace, and so on 

Again, if this is how you want to organize your daily routine, feel free to do so. After some time, this will truly become a routine for you so you will not have to write everything down. 

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Make a list for your daily tasks

Do not forget to be flexible 

Even if you plan everything down to the last detail, something unexpected might happen. For this reason, you have to give yourself some free time to include a couple of surprises. These might include seeing a doctor, meeting teachers, attending social gatherings, picking new female fitness trainers, and so on. The main point of organizing your daily routine is to have a schedule to follow, but you have to be flexible as well. Even you do not manage to achieve all the tasks for one day, do not stress about it. You can just make small changes to your plan for tomorrow and you will manage to complete everything that you need. 

How to organize your daily routine – test it! 

Every plan needs a trial period. For this reason, you should try out your newly organized routine for 30 days. See how much it helps you. Do you manage to finish all of your tasks? If not, how many did you complete? Do you need to adjust some details? These are all the questions you should be able to answer after the one-month period. Do not give up if your daily does not function, but rather, try to think about how to improve it. Maybe you need to be more flexible or even more strict with your time. After you make those small changes, test it again to see if the new routine works for you.  

Additional tips for organizing your day 

Apart from the things mentioned above, here are some additional tips for organizing your day. 

  • Sit up straight – if you work in an office, then you have to sit all day. Try to sit up straight since hunched back pushes your diaphragm against your lungs thus limiting your breathing.  
  • Play sportsplay basketball, go swimming, and so on.
  • Plan around your energy – if you are morning person, do the most difficult tasks in the morning when your energy level is high. The same thing applies if you work better during the day or night. 
  • Drink water – sounds ordinary but drinking water helps more than drinking coffee.  
  • Reward yourself – the best way to motivate yourself is with a prize. 
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Play sports as much as you can.

All the tips for organization

As you can see, these would be all the important tips on how to organize your daily routine.



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