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The Organized HomeTeeny-Tiny Tips Can Equal Big Changes
If every long journey begins with one small step, then every organizational process begins with one small task or rule. The smallest tips can bear the biggest rewards and results. Focus on the end, and implement rules to make it a reality.
For some reason, so many people equate getting organized with achieving an enormous and impossible feat. Something that only some lucky people are capable of having.
Just a few small organizing tips--a few little, teeny- tiny tips, applied with a positive attitude, can help you be more organized today, than you were yesterday.
As you are able to apply tiny organizing tips to your life, and those teeny tips becomes habits that you do each day, you will be more and more organized.
Your goal should never be to get totally organized-- that's an overwhelming, difficult, frightening, major, impossible goal--and something I would never recommend you try to take on. There is nobody that's always totally organized. Even professional organizers are occasionally late for appointments, or sometimes even have a messy desk.
Your goal should be to apply small organizing tips today that will make your life just a little more organized tomorrow. Small, teeny-tiny tips can help make big changes in your life.
For example, upon further conversation with Elena, she told me that one time her neighbor stopped by unexpectedly to bring over some muffins she had just baked. Elena reluctantly invited her in, but was immediately mortified by the appearance of her living room--mail was piled high on the end table, her childrens' toys were strewn about and jackets were tossed over the chairs. She even had to move a toolbox, a stack of library books and a bunch of music CDs from the sofa just so her neighbor could sit down for a minute.
She was so embarrassed about the situation that in the days following her neighbor's visit, anytime her doorbell rang, she pretended she wasn't home. She just couldn't bear the thought of anyone seeing her mess.
But Elena didn't have to live like this.
After Elena saw these tips, she became excited. She said, 'It seems so simple. I think I could do this.' I said, 'I know you can do this!'
by Maria Gracia - Get Organized Now! Want to get organized? Get your FREE Get Organized Now! Idea-Pak, filled with tips and ideas to help you organize your home, your office and your life, at the Get Organized Now! Web site http://www.getorganizednow.com