Make a promise to yourself that from now on whatever you use, take out, or work on you will put away as part of that activity. This trains your brain to restore order as part of the task itself rather than putting it off until later. This means that when you make dinner, part of the process is cleaning up after preparation, as well as loading the dishwasher after dinner. When you come home from shopping, put away whatever you bought; do not leave things in the bags or they might sit there indefinitely. When you work on a project, put things away if you are finished. If not, corral them together and remove them until later and then schedule a time to finish the project rather than leaving everything out. Do the laundry process from start to finish: wash, dry and put away. Waking up includes making the bed so it is inviting you back at night. Getting up and getting ready for your day means cleaning off the bathroom counter and putting everything away before you leave the house. You get the idea: every task that involves a logical sequence of steps should be done in its entirety to make your life run more smoothly. You'll be glad you did when it all becomes a habit in the future!
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