6 Motivational Benefits to Become Organized

There are a lot of reasons to want to become organized, as well as some great benefits. In this post, I am going to give you 6 motivational benefits to become organized. I know that you are bound to have heard others talk about how great it is to become organized. It may have given you the push that you needed to give it a try. That’s great. But, did you also know that there are many benefits that come from being organized as well? Other than knowing where your stuff is and having a clutter-free lifestyle, let’s go over what else you can gain. Below are 6 benefits that will give you the motivation to become organized.

1. Less stressed

The first benefit you will gain from becoming organized is that you will be less stressed. What a great benefit! It’s number one because it just may be one of the best benefits you get from becoming organized. Seriously, who doesn’t want less stress? It’s not even something you need to work on. It just automatically happens when you get organized.

I mean, just imagine always having things be in their designated place. You will definitely have less stress when you know right where everything is. Wouldn’t it be amazing to never have to search for your keys or a phone charger? Picture yourself being able to just run and grab those important papers without having to sort through tons of paperwork. Plus, not having to lose your mind and frantically wonder around because you can’t find those important items.

Having a plan

Having a plan and keeping it up to date is taking your organization one step further.If you can plan out a schedule and stay on top of it you can save yourself a ton of stress. This would save you the worry of forgetting about any important dates. You know how stressful that can be. It will be such a relief to know where you need to be going and what you should be working on ahead of time every day. Don’t you think so?

2. Health Benefits

Up next we have health benefits. Studies have shown that you have better health when you’re organized. We have already covered that you are less stressed. And with lower stress levels you also have lower blood pressure and less body inflammation. So, therefore, you’re going to reduce the risk of heart failure and even ulcers.

It also gives you a stronger immune system.You are even less likely to be at risk for depression. Plus, a better organization routine will lead to improved exercise, eating, and sleep habits. So, in the long run, there are several positive effects that come from becoming organized. You will find that you notice these benefits within many areas of your life. Now, what’s better than health benefits to motivate you to become more organized?

3. Have More Time

The next motivational benefit from becoming organized is that you’ll find you have more time. Scheduling out a plan will help you designate your time for everything in your life. And of course, keeping up to date will also allow for you to make sure you have plenty of downtime.

When you are able to become organized, you won’t have to worry about becoming sidetracked. There will not be any panic or lost time searching for items, forgetting appointments, and missing deadlines. You will be able to be more productive and punctual. How’s that for motivation?


Speaking of being more productive, on top of having more time, your productivity will also increase. When things become organized you no longer have to run around and search for everything you need. And when you are able to save time on that you can use it elsewhere. This allows you to use it wisely and have more time to work on important tasks. So, in turn, this will increase your productivity.

4. Become More Prepared

When you become organized you’ll be more prepared. You will also find that it’s easier to handle the unexpected. You’ll be ready if you get a last minute deadline or request. If you stick to your scheduled plan you will have things taken care of ahead of time. You won’t have your head in a cloud wondering how to handle an extra task. Plus, when things are tidy, you won’t have distractions from a big mess. And you won’t be struggling to get your regular workload done at the last minute. This makes it easier for you to allow for an unexpected project.

On Time

You will also be able to make sure that you are on time when you are prepared. Being on time consistently is important. This especially applies to you if you are trying to keep a professional manner. So, just keep that in mind. The same goes for appointments as well as any deadlines.

5. Not Feeling Overwhelmed

Now, let’s talk about not feeling overwhelmed. When you become organized and have a scheduled plan, your whole life will run more smoothly. You will find yourself to be calmer and in a much better mental state. As you can imagine, this makes it a whole lot easier to cope with things. You will be able to follow your schedule with one task at a time. Tackling it without panic or feeling overwhelmed. You’ll know that you can and will accomplish it with ease.


Not only will you not be overwhelmed, but you will become more energized. This happens when you put effort into making a plan and organizing your life. Now, you may not think that makes much sense, but it actually does. Your mind doesn’t constantly obsess over your workload anymore. Plus, with a plan, you know that you’re the one in control. There is no doubt that if you stick to it you will accomplish these goals. You will be able to see a way through it when all of your tasks, ideas, and papers are organized. Life will no longer be the chaos it once was. And this, in turn, will leave you feeling more energized.

6. Professional

Finally, the last benefit we’ll cover is having a professional presence. And who doesn’t want that? Being organized is a great example of professionalism. It also shows dependability and trust, which, of course, are qualities you want to have. Plus, you will gain more respect when others see you in this light. Now, you can easily prove that you are both professional and responsible by showing the following things:

  • Keep things organized and neat
  • Be honest and loyal
  • Make sure to always be on time
  • Follow through with all commitments
  • Stay prepared and be ready for anything that comes at you
  • Show respect for yourself and others

It all starts with simply being organized. As you can see, there are plenty of great benefits that come from it. Hopefully, this list has given you enough benefits to motivate you to become more organized.


  1. I love to be organised, however, due to recent developments with family, it’s difficult to plan one day to the next. I do strive to be organised in my writing life, even if I’m not elsewhere.

    Today I have a plan to sort out a post for late June, update 1 older post, and then to sit down and sort out an outline for a novel I want to finally get underway.

    My question to you is; How do you organise your time? Do you have a certain app / journal that you use?

    – Nyxie


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  2. I’m finding being organized, and working on being consistently organized, is really helping me through my depression/anxiety. My mother asks, “Why label things when you can already see them?” And to that I say, “Because it helps!” And it really does. Finding ways to organize my room, and life, helps relieve the stress upon my shoulders. I firmly believe when your surroundings are chaotic, even if you seem the most put together person, there’s an underlying reason. Buy that label maker or sparkly journal! If it gives you purpose and eases your mind, go for it!
    Great piece! 😀

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  3. Whenever my boss at work asks me something, I love how I can give him the answer in 5 mins. It also saves me a lot of time and stress from scrambling around getting my work done and having to report to my boss. And it’s all thanks to being organized and being prepared.

    So I totally agree that being organized is important! I appreciate the other tips too and thank you for sharing!


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