I do not judge one person that is not organized. Most people are not organized because they truly don’t understand what “being organized” really means. All they see are pintrest worthy homes and are bombarded with home improvement ads that just tell you…”your house has to be better!!” Believe me, I know it can be discouraging, you just want it done, you don’t want to do it, or find the time to do it, but be encouraged to take the next step.
Please do not buy into what is not true. “Being organized,” does not mean that you have to have the latest most beautiful boxes or containers. Truth is you probably already have exactly what you need right in your home, OR you are not even at the stage of needing those beautiful containers. The beautification process is fun, but not necessary. You can get organized on a small budget then add those beautiful things little by little, if you desire.
We must not think of decluttering as a daunting task, but as a task of shedding, coming into a new light, letting yourself find yourself, again. There are many stages we go through in life. The single stage, the newly married stage, the married with children stage, the children are now teenagers stage, the teenagers are now gone stage, and then the later in life stage.
I am a woman that wants my daily tasks and chores to be as simple as possible, therefore, I help other people with the same desire create a lifestyle that is organized, productive and simple. Being organized just makes your life easier so you aren’t pulling out your hair every time you empty the dishwasher or try to cook dinner.
See my post on Assign Your Days for more on what works for me and still gives me flexibility.
See my post on The Mindset of Decluttering and how to get started.
See my post on 5 Tips to Get Started Organizing
See my post on Not Your Average A.M. and P.M. Routine and Tips
Be encouraged to get started.
Remember, do it in thankfulness and love and be glad that you can do it!!!