When you're in the middle of a big project - and let's be honest - organizing your house is BIG project -sometimes it helps to refocus your attention from the "to do" list to the "it's done" list.
Today let's take a look at a few of the areas we've completed so far:
Here is our completed task list: We...
1. Assessed the house, making a list of every area that needed attention.
2. Created a calendar or working plan for how to reach our organizing goals.
3. Learned how to get rid of all the clutter.
4. Tackled the linen closet
5. Tackled the clothes closet
6. Created a restful place in our bedrooms
7. Organized our bathroom storage
8. Organized our pantries
9. Cleaned out those junk drawers
10. Designated storage areas for our living spaces
11. Organized our laundry areas
12. Organized the "little areas" that can frustrate
13. Tackled the pantry.
These are not small feats! If you've been following along since the beginning, odds are, you've caught the organizing bug. You've probably worked on several areas of your house, and you're starting to feel better about your home. You're finding it takes less time to complete daily tasks. You're spending less because you know what you have, and where you have it. You're finding that insurmountable tasks can often be completed in less than an hour.
What have you been organizing? What has been your biggest frustration? What has been your biggest success? I'd love to hear from you! Send me photos... I would love to share YOUR success with others!
We'll continue tomorrow - today, celebrate your success. Go back and review all the areas you've completed.
Are you keeping them organized? Are there little things starting to creep in? Take a few minutes and refresh these newly organized areas. Keep up the good work! You're doing great!
Only By His Grace,
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