There’s always a reason NOT to get organized; you don’t have time, it’s too much work, it’s not “that bad”, you can live with it. You’ll use any excuse to avoid the daunting task of sorting through the “stuff” that has been accumulating for who knows how long. We all have a junk drawer or a closet that we keep closed for fear of being crushed by the avalanche of everything we’ve put out of sight and out of mind. But this year, it’s time to get serious about organization. Below you’ll find four resources, written by organizational experts, that will walk you through how to tackle different areas of your home. Sure, organization is a project that will take time, but with the help of the following articles, you’ll minimize stress and (hopefully) save yourself from a lot of frustration in the future.
The Official Day to Clean Off Your Desk: 7 Steps to Get Organized
Today just happens to be National Clean Off Your Desk Day, and as frivolously ridiculous as it might sound to some, a tidy workspace can do wonders for productivity and peace of mind. Read More at Black Enterprise
Get Organized for Good: Our Best Tips for a Tidy 2014
Do you feel like you’re always surrounded by clutter? A new year has just begun – and it’s not too late to resolve to make 2014 the year you get (and stay!) organized. Read More at Apartment Therapy
Tips for Organizing and Storing Photos
Organization doesn’t sound the most fun thing to spend time on, but having a system for keeping your memories organized is the first step in actually getting those photos printed and displayed for your enjoyment. Read More at www.abeautifulmess.com
Tips for Organizing Your Kitchen and Fridge
Awesome advice for tackling one of the most dreaded tasks…cleaning out the fridge. Read More at orgjunkie.com
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