On giving credit to cleanliness, I always believe that getting organized is a key to productivity. I get motivated after I ensure the orderliness and tidiness of my spacious work where most of my creative executions take place. Now I make my own time without any hassle. It saves me valuable moments of free time while I deal with my priorities.
Unable to determine your next routine? Start organizing yourself with these four simple tips.
Back up the tasks in your brain with just a simple to-do list. If you write your task down, the least you’d not be able forget it. Break down big projects into actionable tasks and add info you need to get the task done. Separate your professional work and personal tasks into categories. Keep it short and give each a priority.
If you look up into so many sites, make sure to bookmark them accordingly in your browser be it you look them up again or not. Make sure to folder down your files and name them according to purpose and currentness.
From beginner doodlers to advanced portrait painters, every artist needs a desk to supply their needs. Make sure to gather all your materials and stack up everything you need in your desktop. The drawers in your desk may also help, in which you may put a label to where you put your accessories and tools for creation.
A doodle a day keeps a creative mind awake. Make sure to keep your artworks on a cool dry place, away from dust and water. We don’t want to get those ruined! Label them according to its size and type of artwork to easily locate when needed.
Lettering by Rbin Rainier Binuya.