Does this sound familiar to you?
You walk past your crammed closet and think “I’ll clean it eventually.” Your overflowing drawers will not close and you think, “Oh what’s the big deal. I haven’t cleaned it because I am busy.”
You can’t find your keys in the pile on your table and say, “So what? Doesn’t everyone have a clutter problem?”
You work really hard to pound down your piles of paper, yet they continue to pop up like Whack-A-Mole.
You buy containers and baskets and chalkboard labels to hold your stuff, yet it continues to multiply like bunnies.
But after each attempt to change your ways, the stuff in piles remains. After each failed attempt, the disorganization goes downhill. So why can’t you get control?
As frustrating as it is, you learned something necessary: you can’t just wave a magic wand, buy a bin, or trash a tower of paper and call it organized.
Why does this happen?
It’s a lifestyle. And like any other lifestyle you have to learn, and practice. And get better at it every day.
Check back with me often and I will continue to share tips with you. If you think you need my help I am here.