Visualize and put to action. Now, this is basically a fancy way to say create a realistic schedule that you actually look at. It’s just not in your head I find that when I have a physical schedule, something I see in front of me, it registers a lot better in my brain rather than me just turning around remember later on. So whether that means you say a planner, a bullet journal, a piece of paper, or even a digital app whatever works for you. I actually use all of those fairly methods or creating schedules at different plants in my life, it really just depends on your needs.
Set dedicated time for organization, it may sound weird or redundant but basically choose a specific time in the day where you create your to-do list. Whether that is through bullet journaling or an application personally I do this every single morning as soon as I wake up, I sit down and I faint to myself what needs to be done today. And I write that list it really such of the analogy, it has a mental picture of one need to get done. You can do at night and prepare for yourself the next day or you can do it in the morning whatever works for you but I really find that setting a site that 10-15 minutes really makes the difference and you will get yourself by mentally prepare, it’s almost like going to battle and you don’t just go without a plan, you need a moment to prepare yourself and then go to.