Organization is a hit or miss thing for me.
In some aspects of my life, I’m super organized. In other aspects, I’m all over the place, and I by no means have any ducks in a row.
But where I do excel, pun intended, is with digital organization.
I love spreadsheets. I love certain productivity apps and tools. And I use Excel, Trello, and my SuperNote for nearly everything in my life.
And being organized digitally, knowing that my key documents and needs are tracked and structured, gives me the freedom that I want and need to go after my core values and start stepping into living life in my true identity.
It may seem trivial, or not really important or tied to living as our true selves. But if you’re life is disorganized, you’re spending all of your time trying to keep your life together, leaving you no time to sit quietly, taking stock of who you are and really digging deep into your core values, your interests, and how you want to embody those values and interests as you journey through your life.
I’ve put a lot of work into organizing my digital life over the last few years. By taking the time to really sit and think and develop systems that work for me, I don’t have to spend as much valuable time searching for what I need or trying to find somewhere to keep the important things.
As a result, I’ve been able to take more time to read more books, listen to podcasts, think about so many various essential ideas and situations that help me home in on who I really am, who I really want to be.
How organized is your life?
How much time are you spending on trying to stay on top of everything, instead of diving into your interests and values?
Stay tuned over the next few weeks. I’ve got an awesome project in the works that I hope will help you find your digital organization groove so that you can free up time for your own personal exploration and experimentation.