You should be tired of moving things out of the passenger seat when someone wants to ride in your car.

Clean your car out.

This just doesn't involve running a vacuum over the mats and seats. Use a damp cloth to clean the dash and drink holders.

If it is necessary to keep a lot of documents in your vehicle for work, purchase a crate or organizer and put it in the trunk.

If you keep extra shoes or a bag of workout clothes in the backseat, put it in the trunk. And don't turn your trunk into a junk area, be organized.

Glove compartments and storage bins can get filled with papers and napkins. Go through those areas and get rid of anything that is not needed.

After the car is clean, it's time to organize your workspace ...

overworked man at desk surrounded by paperwork

Your workspace

While work usually cannot be as comfy as home, the mere sight of a bunch of stuff may actually be adding to your daily stress.

Paper clutter is the No. 1 problem for most businesses and 4.3 hours a week are used searching for papers, according to the National Association of Professional Organizations.

Get rid of paper.

Some people like to write reminders on Post-It Notes and put them all over. Don't do this. Keep a notepad of reminders.

While some people like to have a bunch of photos of family and friends in their workspace, it's probably better to go with one or two. If you like a lot of photos, invest in a small collage photo frame so that the photos are more organized.

If there is anything that can be put in a drawer, put it there. This would include pens, papers and books.

Decluttering your workspace is sure to make the workday less stressful. But if your closet, dresser, bedroom and car are organized, the day is sure to get off to a good start.