You’ve tried to organize your bedroom nightstand, but to no avail.
You desperately want to clear clutter from your living room, but things are more cluttered than ever.
Perhaps you’ve been meaning to start an organizing project, but haven’t gotten started.
Are you doomed when it comes to this thing called organization?
Why, of course not!
In this post, I offer a collection of nine posts to help you when you’re feeling the most discouraged and downhearted by an organizing project.
Inspiration comes in different forms, and we certainly don’t have to be limited by organization inspiration in the form of pictures or images.
As a matter of fact, inspiration can come in the form of sound, practical advice.
I hope you find these posts helpful to you hone you need it most.
Keep your chin up! Things will get better. Just take it step-by-step, day-by-day.
A friendly reminder that’s it’s perfectly ok to not organize (or reorganize) everything in sight. Take a deep breath. It really is okay!
Yup, there’s no better person than yourself to organize your personal belongings, things, and stuff. Here’s some great reasons why.
Chaos is horrible…no, terrible! Actually, there are some hidden benefits to having a little bit of chaos in your life.
Ever hear of the phrase, “When you assume, you make an *ss out of you and me?” Take a moment to read and heed the advice in this post. You’ll be glad you didn’t assume anything.
There’s a nasty syndrome out in the world called, “I have to organize everything all at the same time.” It took time for things to get the way they are, and it will take time to put things right. Here’s a post to help calm those nerves.
There’s order all around us on our beautiful green planet. Grab some organization inspiration straight from Mother Nature.
Want to stay organized? Do you think the process has to do with some sort of mystical, magical stuff? Actually, it’s much more simple than that.
How about you? Have you ever felt downtrodden when it came to an organizing project, or just keeping things in order? What did you do to break through your funk? Join the conversation and leave a comment below!