Rule #3: Set Limits If something conies into your space, something must come out. If all you do is bring stuff in… you become a candidate for “Hoarders”.
Rule #2: Put things back Make it a habit to put things back immediately after you use them.
Each Wednesday for the next 10 weeks are going to share with you our 10 Organizing Rules. Rule #1: Everything has a Home Label that home and show it to others sharing your space.
Murphy’s Law You keep something for 10 years that you have never, ever used. You decide to donate it. You end up needing it every week.
4 R’s of Disorganization Recognize: Step one is admitting you have a problem. Realize that things have gotten out of control. That does not make you a bad person. Re-evaluate: What are you doing that has been working and what hasn’t been? Know your strengths and be honest with what you can realistically do. Reclaim: […]
4 P’s of Organizing Purpose: Know what you want to accomplish Patience: Don’t expect changes overnight, it takes time Persistence: Hang in there and keep trying you will get it Practicality: Have realistic goals and know your true limits
#1: Take everything that is scattered on your desk and around your space- put it in one big pile so things are not spread out everywhere. #2: Start with the very first thing on the pile and take action on it. (Don’t cheat and see if the next item is easier, no moving on to […]
Who says you have to keep the car manual in the glove compartment? Put it in the trunk, and use that space for more needed items (pens, tissue, notepad). Also make a habit of cleaning your car each night– take 5 quick minutes to toss trash in the liter bag, take your papers inside and […]