feeling overwhelmed, tired and discouraged?
You are sure
not alone! Browse the
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help you get rid of those feelings. There is only one catch - you
actually have to take the advice and try to work it into your
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with your organizing challenges and I'll motivate you on a daily basis.
phrase "I've really got to get organized" sound familiar?
like most people, you've uttered this phrase more than once. Most of us
would like to live in uncluttered surroundings and we'd love to have
better control of our time. But, most often, no matter what we do,
there just aren't enough hours in the day and although we try, we can't
seem to stay organized.
Well I'm here
to tell you, if I can get organized, anyone can get
organized. I've read all the books, tried all the methods and figured
out a style that works for me.
that I couldn't make change happen just by reading and thinking about
I realized I actually had to get off my butt and do something. I got
and made many positive changes in my life. It really was worth it. You
can do it too.
losing things? How much time do you waste looking for misplaced
you've ever had to hunt for your car keys, you know how frustrating
that can be. You might speed through traffic just to make up lost time
but you're usually late for appointments anyway. When you do
arrive, you are likely flustered and embarrassed. (Especially if you
a speeding ticket.)
isn't worth it, a little bit of decluttering and advance
planning can put an end to these sort of problems. Find tips to help
you manage time and space more effectively on the Tips
page of this website.
eating salmon for dinner instead of the catfood you forgot to buy?
shopping, I hate it, so many decisions to make. Yes, I admit there
have been salmon and tuna dinners for the cats here due to the fact
that I 'forgot' to buy cat food. I can't tell you how much it hurt to
open a $3 can of salmon and put it in the cat dishes.
I used to be a 'Super Shopper' when I had all the kids at home. I got
lazy when I started working full time and there was just cooking for
I stopped shopping regularly and quit stocking up. I often stopped on
my way home from work to pick up dinner instead of planning meals and
cooking each day. I didn't worry too much about cost, I was just happy
to get it over with.
I came back to earth when I took early retirement. Now I'm pretty much
back to the 'Super' status as I really shop carefully. I can't afford
to shop from day-to-day, there are too many other things to spend my
time on. :)