Making every day of the week productive can be quite a challenge. Especially if you seem to have loads going on at once, this might cause you to stress, feel overwhelmed, and procrastinate. We’ve all been there. But having a process to organize your tasks can help you maximize your productivity, achieve your goals, and take the week by storm.

Here are a few tips to get started:

Plan out Your Week: Sundays are great for reflecting on the previous week activities and thinking about what you’d like to accomplish in the coming one. Make a schedule of things that need to be done. Get a planner where you can jot down a list of tasks to complete for each day, deadlines, and estimated time of how long each task might take. Having your plans laid out in front of you gives a great sense of order. Keep in mind, when we look good, we feel good. So take a few extra minutes in the morning to style your hair, put on a comfortable outfit or nice coat during chilly days, and you will feel instantly motivated. 

Clean House Means Fresh Mind: Reducing clutter increases productivity at home and in the workplace. A clean home and an organized workspace reduces stress, improves diet and exercise habits as well as increases happiness. Having an organized home ensures that you know where everything is; therefore, you won’t waste time scrambling to get organized last minute. 

Work Smarter Not Harder: Some people prefer to get larger tasks out of the way first and then focus on smaller tasks, while others choose to get smaller tasks done and then get to the larger ones. Either method is great; select the one that works best for you. Keep in mind that working on urgent tasks first is the best way to stay on track so that if an unexpected event occurs, you have more time and don’t fall behind. 

Take a Breather: Working in intervals is much better than continually working without a break. Breaks allow us to refresh our minds, re-energize, and refocus to undertake the remaining responsibilities of the day. An excellent way to follow this rule is to take an interval every 30 minutes or an hour. Find what makes you de-stress and take a quick break, whether that’s grabbing a cup of coffee, reading a book, or listening to music. Pay attention to your mind and body by giving it the care it needs.

Know What Works For You: Take note of what time of the day you feel the most energized or productive, and fix your work schedule around that time. This ensures a more productive day and week ahead. 

Reflect: Take out time at the end of every week to assess your results in order to make improvements. Here are some questions to ask yourself at the end of every week:


  • Which tasks were effective this week, and why?
  • How are your short-term and long-term goals coming along?
  • What can you do differently next time to improve results?
  • Which tasks did not go according to plan, and why?
  • What can you do to get better opportunities in the future?


Mastering productivity takes time and dedication. Just remember, the goal should be self-improvement, not aiming for perfection. There is always room for growth.

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