If you're happiest when your day is planned out, with lists of things to do, and a tightly-packed schedule, then you like living a structured life. When something is structured, it's arranged according to a specific plan.

Structured is an adjective that comes from the noun structure, which is something that's been built or put together — usually, we think of a building being a structure. Anything that has been put together in an organized, deliberate way can be described as structured. Clothing designers sometimes call certain garments structured when they are carefully tailored and deliberately shaped (like a blazer), rather than loose and flowing (like a long, unfitted skirt).

Definitions of structured
  1. adjective
    having definite and highly organized structure
    “a structured environment”
    formed into a structured or coherent whole
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    lacking definite structure or organization
    unorganised, unorganized
    not having or belonging to a structured whole
    having no intrinsic or objective meaning; not organized in conventional patterns
    without regulation or discipline
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  2. adjective
    resembling a living organism in organization or development
    synonyms: integrated
    being or relating to or derived from or having properties characteristic of living organisms
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