You’ve probably made a little list of resolutions and on that list you may have written, BE MORE ORGANIZED.
I do this every year. Well, I write it on my list. I don’t necessarily become more organized, although I try to do so.
If you’re in need of some gentle persuasion without a lot of organizational corporate punishment, might I suggest The Other Side of Organized by Linda Samuels. With suggestions for finding balance through the chaos, you’ll become organized “enough” after reading this gem of a book that isn’t preachy or obsessive.
There are so many tips and tricks that help create calmness around you, The Other Side of Organized begs you to start fixing the little messes that surround you. At the prompting of the book, I recently cleaned out a corner of my office, and although it was just ONE little corner, it had caused so much angst in my life when I looked at it. That tiny bit of organizing led me to a larger project – the garage! Now my garage is immaculate!
This simple book offers helpful, easy ways to get back on track to organized so you can start focusing on the important aspects of life. And with it being a brand new year, shouldn’t we be looking at the important aspects of our lives? The Other Side of Organized is a must-have organizational book for everyone.