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Organizing is all the rage right now.
If January was a month to get back into physical health then February is the month to get your house organized.
To be very honest I do not consider myself an organized person. I have a spot for things but that spot can change the minute I discover a better place for it. The key to my organization is knowing where I thought the best new place is.
This behavior has led to a lot of frustration at my house. Not knowing where things go or where they are now can get on the nerves of those who love me. It is time to have a plan and put that plan into action.
Spring is right around the corner!
I am going to take this month, and maybe the next, to make a plan. But where do I begin that doesn’t feel like I have to reinvent the wheel? I know there are incredibly skilled women and men out there who have created successful organization plans. Maybe one of those will inspire the change I need around here.
Tomorrow at this time (& for 6 days) you will have the opportunity to purchase the Ultimate Productivity Bundle.
One of the organization resources I am eager to get downloaded are the various cleaning checklists.
- Get Your House Clean and Organized: A Cleaning Planner by Laura Rizer ($7.99)
(Planner) This planner will help you get organized and streamline your cleaning tasks so that you can create a routine that’s right for you.
- Home Cleaning Planner by Corinne Schmitt ($4.99)
(Planner) The Home Cleaning Planner comes with checklists and planning sheets to help you get (and keep) your entire home clean both inside and out!
And the children must be in on this house cleaning project too, there is one just for them.
- Family Chore System & Planner by Mandi Ehman ($17.00) (Planner) The Family Chore System & Planner from Life Your Way is a unique system designed to help families work together to stay on top of the daily, weekly and monthly chores as a team.
I know you could keep going on the way you have always done things, but why? Why not try, like me, to make your home more organized? This may be a difficult challenge to take on with homeschooling, and all the things, but I am willing to go slow.
What is an area you need to organize or be more productive in? Is it goal setting?
- Driven Women Grace Based Productivity for Christians by Phylicia Masonheimer ($98.00)
(eCourse) The Driven Women Productivity Course is a grace-based, biblical approach to time management that teaches you how to develop routines and habits that fit YOUR personality and lifestyle.
How about planning for your blog or your business?
- Perfect Project Planner: For Bloggers, Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs by Eve Tokens ($40.00)
(Planner) The Perfect Project Planner is an essential tool for any blogger or small business owner wanting to manage their business projects and personal time more effectively.
The sale begins tomorrow, but you can click the link and get a reminder email sent directly to your inbox.
Let someone else invent the process. If you find something doesn’t work quiet right you can tweak it to fit your life.
I’d love to know what kind of organizer you are. Leave a comment below. Or find me on Social Media to keep the conversation alive.
Have a blessed morning, afternoon or evening.