Not exactly the kind of exercise we are supposed to be getting… Can you relate to Polly this month?
Organizing is not a “one time” experience. To be truly organized, one must continually circulate belongings, storing them in assigned locations until they have outlived their usefulness and are removed from the space. The craziness of life can mean we fall behind on this responsibility, so I designed The Get Organized! Challenge as a fun way to carve
The first step towards getting organized is always de-cluttering. All this month we have been tackling categories of belongings with the goal of shedding unwanted items. I hope you have felt empowered by the Get Organized! Challenge, and perhaps are energized to continue your purge into the future. It wasn’t easy to think of a
We are nearing the end of the Get Organized! Challenge, so it seemed like a good idea to design a task you will feel good about. Today we are simply recycling 30 pieces of paper. Once you start digging around, you may even find more! Whenever I work with clients, I suggest beginning with things