Be A More Put-Together Person

Here’s the problem we face, every day of our lives. Nearly everything that generates enduring value requires effort, focus, and even some discomfort along the way.  At the same time, we’re deeply wired to avoid pain, which the body reads as mortally dangerous, and to move toward pleasure, the more immediate the better.

Here are few ways in which you can take control of your life by being a put together person and make life more seamless and less chaotic.

  • Plan – Have a plan for your week and each day. Check your tasks at the beginning of the day so that you can plan your day to be the most productive as possible.
  • Routines – Create a routine for the things you do often. Creating routines streamlines daily processes. It cuts down on wasted time and allows for more productivity in your unused time.
  • Signature Style – Find a signature style. You will save money not buying things you won’t end up wearing. You will also save time getting dressed everyday because you have an idea of what you’re going for already. People will also begin to recognise is as your style.
  • Keep in Contact – Don’t let emails or messages linger, respond as soon as possible. When you make connections reach out to people every so often. It shows a genuine interest and makes people want to to work with you, which is key when networking.
  • Nails & Accessories – If I keep my nails painted, a coordinating purse or simple jewellery that goes with everything, my outfits feel more put together. So find your reliable accessories and work them.
  • Neat Home – Keeping your space neat and organised automatically makes it easier to put more effort into your day because you have a less cluttered mind and less to worry about.
  • Believe It – Don’t think of yourself as a hot mess. Fake it. If you don’t have it all together, pretend like you do. It will become habit and eventually the truth.

Above all else, it’s critical to ground yourself in deeply held values. Knowing what you stand for is a uniquely powerful fuel for behaviour, especially when the going gets tough, and the temptation is to take the easy route. If you’re clear about who you want to be in any given situation, non-negotiably, the songs of the Sirens aren’t so alluring.

25 Comments Add yours

  1. francisashis says:

    Great tips to grow.🌹🙏

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    1. Garima says:

      Glad you liked them Francis. I hope we all follow them to become more sorted people

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      1. francisashis says:

        Certainly dear.So nice of you.🌹🙏

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      2. francisashis says:

        🌹🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🌹

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      3. Garima says:

        🙏🏼🙏🏼

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  2. Good one Garima. Planning your day ahead is very much needed on what to focus on and what to defocus. Nail polish is something to looked upon 😉

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    1. Garima says:

      Hahahah if you want to Manohar, knock yourself out 🙂

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  3. meenawalia says:

    Great tips ..thanks a lot dear

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    1. Garima says:

      Most welcome Meena.

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    1. Garima says:

      Thank you Priscilla. Thank you for stopping by today and leaving a comment.

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  4. “Above all else, it’s critical to ground yourself in deeply held values.”

    Beautifully said. Inspiration starts from our values. They form the direction we wish to take our life. With direction, we can harness the power of dreams, those visions that make up the essence of our soul to foster love felt purpose. Thank you for sharing this wonderful post.

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    1. Garima says:

      Very well said Thomas. If you’d like to be more put together, often all it takes is a few minutes, or a quick adjustment, before — just like that — you magically feel better.

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  5. Hilary Tan says:

    Most of my energy is spent trying to keep the house clean. It’s nearly impossible keeping a neat home with a rampant 3 year old. One thing I found that helps me is keeping a consistent sleep schedule, and waking up early. I haven’t had a proper sleep in the past 2 days so I need to reset my schedule.

    These are great tips to follow, and I often find myself lacking in a few of these categories.

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    1. Garima says:

      Hi Hilary, Whether it’s by creating a morning routine, throwing on a red lipstick, or simply putting your shoulders back and standing up taller, there’s something to be said for these little moments — and little finishing touches — and how they can affect our psyche.

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      1. Hilary Tan says:

        Well said, Garima 🙂

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  6. Wm. Allen says:

    Excellent advice, thank you

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    1. Garima says:

      Thank you Allen. I am glad you liked it. In our busy, hectic world, it’s far too easy to rush around in the morning, throw on any old thing, and dash off to work without feeling or looking prepared for the day. But, let’s be honest, is that any way to live? While it can’t always be helped, I think we can all agree it’s worth taking the time to look and feel more put together.

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    1. Garima says:

      Glad you liked it 🙂

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  7. Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular article! It’s the little changes that will make the most significant changes. Many thanks for sharing!

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