Get Organized Day
Get Organized Day is celebrated on April 26 of every year. Time is one thing that is very important, and you can never get back. The habit of organising things helps you to save time. If you arrange things correctly, then you will know where your necessary files and other things are, and you can easily find them whenever you are in a hurry. This habit of organising helps you to relax.
“Organizing is what you do before you do something so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.” – A. A. Milne.
History of Get Organized Day
The origin and history of Get Organized Day are not known. Disorganized people always waste their precious time by trying to find necessary files and other things that are needed to start their workday, and these people won’t get enough time to perform their actual work. Organization comes in different forms, but one crucial thing you need to remember is that, if you practice the routine of organising and sorting your things then from that time onwards finding your files and other important things will become a very task for you. First to Get Organized, take out all of your old files and other things that are not needed and throw them. Then start organising your essential files neatly. You may think that the time you take for finding everything and sorting can be spent on some other important things. But the fact is, the time you take to find things will be lesser than the time taken to organise the things.
Other Celebrations on April 26
April 26 is also celebrated as
- World Intellectual Property Day
- Thank You Thursday
- National Richter Scale Day
- National Pretzel Day
- National Help a Horse Day
- National Hug an Australian Day
How to Celebrate Get Organized Day
On Get Organized Day, start practising the habit of organising. Make a monthly cleaning plan, Whenever you get mail, if it is important then file them and if it is not needed throw it out as cleaning unwanted Paper will be stressing, and get your budgets and finances in order. Also, post pictures and share your thoughts about the day with others on social media using the hashtag #GetOrganizedDay.