It is day seven of the 40 Bags in 40 Days decluttering challenge. Are you staying on track with your schedule? It is hard to stay motivated on days you are tired or busy. Here are some of the daily routines I use to keep order with a young family.
It is day four of the 40 Bags in 40 Days Decluttering Challenge. Are you keeping on track? Is it surprising how much longer some areas take than others?
I am excited to share one of our participant’s accomplishments. On the first day she sent me photos of her kids craft supply cupboard. It was two shelves but what an impact cleaning out the area had. Everything is so much more accessible.
Today is day three of the 40 Bags in 40 Days Decluttering Challenge. What is your goal for the day? If this is your first time reading about our challenge it is not too late to sign-up. Click here to sign-up
One of our 70+ participants wrote me last night frustrated that they feel like they are spending more time sorting and organizing than purging. I assured her that is exactly what you are supposed to be doing!
It is day two of the 40 Bags in 40 Days Challenge. Were you able to accomplish one small area yesterday? Did you find you were able to decide on objects really quickly or are you getting stuck? Remember to keep your goals small each day as you start so you don’t immediately become overwhelmed by the process.
Since my son turned 4 LEGOS have been slowly multiplying in my house. Finding a way to organize LEGOS has been one of my greatest challenges as a parent and Professional Organizer.
It started with a few small sets. Then the sets began to grow each year at birthdays and holidays. Family members saw my son’s interest in LEGOS grow and so did the LEGO hand-me-downs from older cousins and spontaneous purchases as non-holiday/birthday gifts.
Are you beginning to stress about tax season because your lack of a usable file system? Is your paperwork in unruly piles in various rooms in your house? Dealing with daily paperwork is one of the biggest problems our clients