You’ve been meaning to get organized for a long, long time.
You’ve read countless magazine articles, watched tons of videos, and purchased tons of new bins and boxes.
But for some reason, something isn’t quite clicking.
You’ve misplaced your house keys for the 3rd time this month.
Your closet is so jam-packed with clothes, it’s nearly impossible to get dressed in the morning.
And you’re drowning in a backlog of files in your home office.
Now, it’s not that you’re unmotivated to get organized.
It’s just that everything seems so overwhelming and so time consuming.
You’re frustrated and discouraged.
What’s more, you feel as if this whole “getting organized thing” isn’t ever going to happen for you.
You’ve already made it this far, so just how bad could it get?
The Same Actions Yield the Same Results…
What do you think would happen if you continued doing the same things you’re doing right now at this very moment?
You’d read more magazines, spend more time watching videos, and purchase more boxes, crates, and bins.
You’d be pretty much in the same holding pattern as before. Now, that doesn’t sound all that bad, right?
But what if we looked at things from a slightly different angle? What if we calculated all the time and money you’ve put into “trying to get organized?”
For example, if you spent two hours per week reading, watching, and shopping, well, that easily adds up to 8 hours per month.
That’s a whopping 96 hours per year or four days’ worth of time spent repeating the same dizzying process of “trying to get organized.”
What’s more, if you purchased $16 worth of how-to magazines and spent $74 in organization products per month, you’ll have spent nearly $100 dollars.
Multiply that by twelve months, and you’ll have spent a whopping $1,080 in one year alone “trying to get organized.”
That’s one big ouch!
And those two examples don’t even describe the most painful and frustrating thing about this whole process.
You’d probably go through yet another calendar year:
- Struggling with overflowing clutter
- Wasting time searching for lost or misplaced items
- Wrestling with your schedule
- Feeling exhausted, tired, worn out, and frustrated with your lack of success
Instead of spending countless hours and boatloads of money trying to get more organized and ending up with the same results, you could try something else…
A Unique Problem…and a Smart Solution
Hi, I’m Rashelle Isip, an organization, time management, and productivity consultant, blogger, and author.
One of the common concerns I hear from my readers is that they want to get organized, yet feel tremendously overwhelmed.
They’ve got a lot on their plate, just like you!
They have work and school responsibilities, families to take care of, chores and errands to complete, and lots more.
They want to become organized, but they feel pressed for time, energy, and money.
All of this feedback got me thinking…
What if it were possible to become more organized without causing huge interruptions to your daily routines?
What if you could bring more order into your life in a relatively short period of time?
And what if you could actually see and feel a marked difference in your home or office, each and every day?
Getting organized shouldn’t have to be such a hassle, right?
I eventually came up with a smart solution that I think you’re going to like…
Introducing 31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year
31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year is an eBook that will teach you how to build solid organization, time management, and productivity habits….all in as little as 15 minutes per day.
Filled with 31 step-by-step and easy-to-follow organization, planning, and decluttering exercises for the home and office, you’ll learn how to create and keep order on a daily basis.
With 31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year, you’ll get:
- Crystal clear step-by-step instructions to keep clutter at bay, prioritize your to-dos, and work smarter everyday
- 31 smart and practical exercises to calm the chaos in your living and work spaces
- The deceptively simple ways you can use items you already own to create organized spaces
- The barebones, oh-so basic, yet incredibly powerful organization rules no one ever tells you about
- A hands-on organization resource you can turn to again and again, day after day, month after month, year after year
When it comes to getting more organized, you can’t beat these simple, straightforward, and downright effective solutions!
Have Fifteen Minutes? You Can Be More Organized!
Who says you have to toil away for hours on end in order to be more organized?
All of the step-by-step exercises in 31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year were designed to be completed within a fifteen minute time period.
All you have to do is select an exercise, read the how-to instructions, and get to work.
You can spare fifteen minutes in your schedule, right?
In just fifteen brief minutes, you could check off any one of the following items from your to-do list:
- Set up a system to keep your personal belongings within reach
- Stop paper from taking over your home office
- Remove one headache from your workday mornings
- Clear your mind of clutter and unnecessary chatter
- Free up some space in your email inbox
- Make grocery shopping less of a struggle
What’s more, you can use 31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year again and again, week after week and month after month, whenever you feel like you need an organization or decluttering tune-up.
Who is the eBook for?
If you need basic structure and guidance when it comes to setting up routines and systems at home and the office, this is the eBook for you!
31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year is ideal for working professionals, students, homemakers, new parents, academics, retirees and others who are both willing and driven to maintain a neat and orderly space.
The Easy Way to Get Organized
31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year is your go-to guide to creating a more organized and balanced life…the easy way!
Here’s all the details:
Learn how to be more organized ASAP. The eBook is available as an instant PDF download.
A month’s worth of step-by-step instruction at your fingertips. Filled with 31 easy-to-follow organization, planning, and decluttering exercises, 31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year will help you take control of your space and schedule.
Access the guide wherever you go. Read the eBook anywhere: on your desktop, laptop, tablet, or smart phone, at home, at the office, at school, or on your commute.
Use it now…and use it later. Follow the exercises day-after-day, month-after-month, and year-after-year to maintain an organized home and office.
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About the Author
Rashelle Isip is an organization, time management and productivity consultant, blogger, and author who loves bringing order and balance to people’s lives. She works with both individuals and companies to help them better manage their time, energy, and belongings.
Rashelle is the founder of TheOrderExpert.com, a lifestyle site featuring practical tips, ideas, and inspiration. Her work has been featured across the web in such publications as: Good Housekeeping, Country Living Magazine, House Beautiful, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Day, Fast Company, Daily Worth, The Atlantic, Time, Money, The Washington Post, Business Insider, Bustle, Elle Decor, and Refinery 29.
She is the author of three books, 31 Easy Ways to Get Organized in the New Year, The Order Expert’s Guide to Time Management, and How to Plan a Great Event in 60 Days, and is creator of The Order Expert’s Calendar Printables.
A More Organized Life *Can* Be Yours
Are you going to let yourself stay stuck in the vicious cycle of wasting precious time, money, and energy trying to “get organized?”
Simply making small changes to your daily routine and habits can make a huge difference.
So, are you going to make this year a year to remember?
Or are you going to let it slip through your fingers?
You CAN create a more organized life…the easy way!