Getting Organized: Think Big, Start Small

toys-457809_640There’s something about starting fresh in the new year.

We freshen our wardrobes (Thanks, Santa) and revisit our goals. We take inventory, we make lists, we declare, “Out with the old, in with the new.”

The urge to purge, clean and organizing is strong in January. Going through closets and desk drawers, we sort through our belongings and papers and give the home an early spring cleaning.

Sometimes the task of “getting organized” can seem overwhelming.

Tips for Organization in the New Year:

  1. Pick one.
    Sometimes we can work ourselves into a tailspin when we set out to organize the home. Seeing one small area through to completion gives, instead, a greater sense of organization and accomplishment. Projects will bleed into one another here and there, but try to stay on task. Don’t start your closet until you tackle the kids’ play room, for example. 
  2. Partner up.
    What makes cleaning more fun? A friend. Find one the who is brutally honest, enjoys cleaning and remembers to bring the beer. You know – the one who will give it to you straight about the maroon jumpsuit. 
  3. Be selectively sentimental.
    When doing a full sweep and purge of your life, keep only what you can’t possibly live without. Treasure the things that are important to you, donate those that you keep out of obligation or fear of letting go. 

Happy organizing!

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