It’s OK to be Imperfect – make it a Habit to be who you are

You don’t have to prove anything to anyone all the time. In short, stop being a 24/7 perfectionist. It’s ok to complete a task and leave it as it is, even if it doesn’t seem perfect.

Efficient people give “A-level effort” to the most important projects (say, work assignments or a kitchen redesign), and for the rest they do just enough to get the job done, says Renae Reinardy, PsyD, a psychologist who specializes in hoarding disorders. Maybe you give yourself permission to bring store-bought cookies to a school bake sale or donate a bag of stuff-unsorted!-to Goodwill. “Trying to do every task perfectly is the easiest way to get bogged down,” says Reinardy.

The 10 Habits of Highly Organized People

I find it less stressfull, when you can prioritize your tasks accordingly. Not every task has to be perfect. Some can just be “good enough”.

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