Organizing to me is about taking an honest look at what you have, keeping what you need, and being able to letting go Of the Rest!
Can we really do that?
Let’s be honest, being organized it’s not easy!
But hold that thought; you can be clutter free and organized if you put your mind into it.
And yes, It takes time, motivation and certain tools to get organized.
First step is planning.
I know that maybe you are feeling overwhelmed, stressed and embarrassed.
For many people The attitude is that there is just too much to tackle. And you probably don’t have time and energy.
My solution for you is to come up with a plan and timeline for taking small, ” baby ” steps, and one at a time!
It sounds better, right?
I would like you to use a board and draw two lines to create four equal squares.
Name them A, B, C and D respectively.
In key words write 4 the most important projects that you would like to tackle.
For instance, in square A you may write ” organizing and decluttering my master closet.
In square B, for example you may write organizing my desk and paperwork.
I hope you follow that simple diagram and finish C and D squares.
The key is you must concentrate entirely on square A until you finish that project before you can move to square B .
Once you are accomplished and finished with the project A, you will cover the square and move to B.
This simple but very effective diagram will allow you to stay focus and less overwhelmed and most of all, very accomplished once your organizing project is finished.
Can’t wait to tell you more about other very powerful organizing tools.
Maggie’s organizing to the rescue!!