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Top 5 most cliché resolutions in 2015: Get Organized

by | Jan 13, 2015 | Mental Health

Getting your resolution right will not only encourage (oh God, No!) healthy habits in life but when achieved they can also instil a large amount of pride. A certain amount of pride can do wonders for a man’s mental health. So cliché or not, keep your resolutions alive with these tips.

 

 

There is little sexier to a good woman than a man who keeps a clean house. Just as there will never be a good reason that you, as a grown man, should still be using your floor as a laundry basket.

 

That being said, if your home looks like the morning after a college house party, we will give you a pass on this cliché resolution, it really is time to de-clutter your mind and increase your productivity by rectifying this situation real quick. Just do it smart:

 

  • Start small like put your underwear in a drawer or at least in a designated underwear area.

 

  • Group things. Put the pens with the pens and stuff like that. If you’re really curious what this looks like we recommend taking a look at Pinterest. Just make sure you do that in your own home and erase the browser history after.

 

  • And finally, keep it up. The job is easy when it’s one or two things but a house that resembles a rat’s nest is a daunting task indeed. 

 

Check back later this week for: Top 5 Most Cliche Resolutions for 2015: Lose Weight , Get out of Debt , Quit Smoking

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    I like these ideas….

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