Want to get organized once and for all?
Get your brain in gear.
You don’t have to stop everything to get organized. You just have to start. Think for a minute about why you want to get organized. What does “organized” look like to you? Can you picture it? How will it feel? That’s what I call getting your brain in gear. If you have a powerful enough “why” for getting organized, I can teach you the “how.”
The rewards of getting organized. . .
- Less mess = less stress
- More space and time to do what you love
- Greater appreciation of your abundance
- A simpler, less chaotic life
- Feeling better about yourself
- Satisfaction from a job well done
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My best suggestion for getting organized: Read this newsletter every month! I just love it. Great suggestions and ideas that are doable for the average person on a limited budget. Keep up the good work!KS
Received my first newsletter on line and yes you have lifted my spirits today! Your Christmas list was very fresh with very new ideas. I will be ordering a book. Thank you for coming into my life.LQ
Thank you for your newsletter, it’s so nice to know I’m not alone!JD
The best single piece of advice I have ever received was found in a magazine where you reminded readers: Don’t put it down, put it away! Thank you for that. It makes a great difference.CK
Just read your September 2012 newsletter. This is one of the best pieces of advice you’ve put out. I love the acronym ACT. It’s just about as good as the NIKE slogan “Just do it” which you also quote. Simple, succinct, and so easy to assimilate!CO
Just want to say thank you for your monthly letter which is always interesting to read and useful.SM
Thank you so much for your monthly newsletters. I have never been a ‘clutterer’ but your newsletters have inspired me to keep re-thinking what I need in my life. Until recently, I always thought if something was valuable in a monetary sense I should keep it whether I needed it or not, for a ‘rainy day’ perhaps. I came to see the foolishness of valuable things lying in a drawer, and this year, have given away or sold quite a few items.MB
I’m writing in reply to your request, following your January newsletter. The final fact you stated: “Getting started is the hardest step,” has turned out to be so true for me. What is holding up the process? After reading this month’s newsletter, I realized – and am reminded of the fact – that perfectionism is a hindrance to my success. Also, I feel so overwhelmed with all of the different areas I have to address. But, I have also experienced that freeing feeling when I have dove in and started and completed the process. Thanks again, for all of your practical suggestions and continued support. I appreciate it!!JL
I’ve been a fan and recipient of your free newsletter for several years and have used many of your tips, suggestions, good buys. But, February’s newsletter hit me smack in the face! You’ve been eavesdropping on my life! My life has always been “organized clutter” to hide my procrastination. I never knew why I couldn’t get started on a project without feeling overwhelmed before I began. I have to tell you, you hit the nail on the head with the reasons I’ve been a “non-starter.” I can’t thank you enough for watching over my shoulder these last few years!RW