Get organized for good using the power of rhythm with these simple personal productivity tips.
Create a strong daily rhythm (routine) to increase productivity and help you get things done. Creating daily, weekly, and household rhythms can help you get organized, stay organized, and help your children thrive!
Related: 10 Reasons to make Rhythm a Habit
Related: How to Set Goals
What is Rhythm in this Context and How Does it Work?
Rhythm is a flexible form of time management that directs the basic order of your daily routines and tasks. It is a lot like a schedule without the rigidity. Daily and weekly rhythms and routines also make family life easier. Children are much more able to handle the transitions and happenings of daily life when they become normalized.
Rhythm is the magic word for parents and educators of young children. Young children thrive on a simple, flexible rhythm that carries them through their day, through each week, and through the slowly unfolding years of their lives… Many problems we experience with our children can be addressed by setting a simple daily rhythm that allows their needs to be met in a timely way. (Oppenheimer p. 29)
Without structure, chaos reigns and overwhelm will rule your world. Believe me, I know… I’ve been there!
Are You Ready to Get Organized for Good with the Power of Rhythm?
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To learn more about rhythm and how to use your FREE PLANNER to get organized for good, check out the following articles!
- How to Plan Your Daily Rhythm
- Household Rhythms: The Power of Routine in the Home
- 10 Reasons to Make Rhythm and Routine a Family Habit
- Using the Power of Habit to Change Your Life
- Making Resolutions and Setting Goals
- How to Create an Action Plan to Accomplish Goals
Take your time creating daily routines and rhythms, and do your best not to get discouraged. It takes time and effort to establish new habits and establishing a rhythm is just one long daily and weekly habit.
When your rhythm becomes a habit, it can support you on even the most challenging days. You may not know what to do next… but your rhythm will.
Just fill out your Weekly Rhythm Planner, stay calm, and go with the flow. You’ll know when you have found your groove when you move easily through your day without having to look at what comes next or think about your next activity–this is true freedom!
Creating a daily and weekly rhythm can help you get organized for good! Follow a daily rhythm to increase focus, get things done, and help the whole family find freedom within the structure of your every day.
How to Use the Power of Routine to Get Organized for Good: References
- Beyond the Rainbow Bridge: Nurturing Our Children from Birth to Seven by Barbara J. Patterson and Pamela Bradley.
- You Are Your Child’s First Teacher, Third Edition: Encouraging Your Child’s Natural Development from Birth to Age Six by Rahima Baldwin Dancy
- Heaven on Earth: A Handbook for Parents of Young Childrenby Sharifa Oppenheimer